Harrogate Town held AFC Telford to a goalless draw on Tuesday evening, while Farnborough are still in the hunt for pole position after a 4-2 victory over Boreham Wood.
Relegation-threatened Stafford Rangers mounted a late comeback against play-off chasing Guiseley to earn a share of the spoils at Nethermoor Park.
James Walshaw got the Lions off to a great start with an 11th minute effort but Stafford's Andre Francis dashed the home side's hopes of victory with an 86th minute equaliser.
AFC Telford reclaimed pole position in the Blue Square Bet North despite being held to goalless draw by Harrogate Town at Wetherby Road.
Alfreton Town beat Solihull Moors 2-0 on Monday night to claim first place on goal difference, meaning Telford's single point moved them back on top.
Guiseley 1-1 Stafford Rangers
Harrogate Town 0-0 AFC Telford
Farnborough are hot on the heels of league leaders Briantree after coming out on top against Boreham Wood in a six-goal thriller at Meadow Park.
The visitors cruised to a comfortable half-time lead thanks to Paul Booth (pen 9, pen 18) and Kezie Ibe further extended their lead we he struck home on 53 minutes.
Farnborough's Jamie Stevens put the ball in his own net on 77 minutes to make it 4-1 before Bradley Bubb restored Farnborough's three-goal lead in the 85th minute.
Ola Sogbanmu pulled one back for Boreham in the 89th minute but it was a case of too little, too late for the home side as Farnborough cruised to a comfortable victory.
Leon McKenzie's 70th minute goal fired Bromley to a 1-0 win against Thurrock at Hayes Lane, while Giuseppe Sole's fifth-minute effort helped Havant and Waterlooville to a 1-0 victory over Dover at Perry's Crabble Stadium.
Maidenhead United remain rooted to the foot of the league standings after recording a 1-1 draw against Hampton & Richmond Borough at Beveree Stadium.
Magpies forward Jefferson Louis opened the scoring on 54 minutes only for Lawrence Yaku to draw the Hawks level seven minutes later.
Dorchester Town further distanced themselves from the dreaded drop zone with a 4-1 win over strugglers St Albans City at Clarence Park.
Goals from Ryan Moss (45) and Mark Jermyn (55) put Town firmly in the driving seat but they were given a scare on 87 minutes when Adam Everitt pulled one back for the Saints.
However, Dorchester stepped it up a gear and netted another two goals through Reece Connolly and Steve Devlin in the dying minutes to seal all three points.
Jamie Day's Welling United cruised to a comfortable victory over Eastleigh at Park View Road thanks to four-goal hero Lee Clarke.
The visiting Spitfires drew first blood thanks to Tony Taggart's 20th minute penalty but their joy didn't last long as Clarke drew his side level just five minutes later.
Clarke went on to terrorise the Eastleigh defence with a penalty in the 45th minute and another goal in the 51st minute sealing his hat-trick.
Richard Gillespie reduced the deficit to give Eastleigh a glimmer of hope but that was soon quashed as Clarke popped up yet again with an 86th minute penalty to restore his side's two-goal advantage.
Boreham Wood 2-4 Farnborough
Bromley 1-0 Thurrock
Dover 0-1 Havant and W
Hampton & Richmond 1-1 Maidenhead Utd
St Albans 1-4 Dorchester
Welling 4-2 Eastleigh
moore131170.. i dont think any council these days can be seen to spend money on local football/sport ... MORE >>
By hogman on Wed, 15th May 13
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