Vauxhall Motors slipped into the relegation zone following a 2-0 defeat at Bishop's Stortford, while it was a six-goal thriller between Corby Town and Workington at Steel Park.
David Livermore's Histon, meanwhile, climbed out of the bottom three and soared into 15th position on the table with a solid 3-0 win over relegated Eastwood Town.
Reece Prestedge opened the scoring for the Bishops in the 38th minute at Woodside Park, before Ricky Sappleton doubled the host' lead six minutes after the interval.
The final result sees Carl Macauley's Motormen occupy 20th spot on the standings with two games left in the season.
Anthony Wright's 77th minute strike helped the Reds battle back from a two-goal deficit to secure a 3-3 draw with the Steelmen.
Leon Hibbert (21) scored first for the hosts, but Phil McLuckie equalised for the visitors ten minutes later. The home fans had to wait until five minutes after the break for their team to regain the lead through Gary King.
Delroy Gordon (60) then made it 3-1, before Mark Boyd pulled another one back for Darren Edmondson's men with Wright then netting the late leveler.
At Bridge Road, the Stutes cruised to victory over the hapless Badgers, with goals coming from Dan Holman (39), Lewis Taaffe (54) and Daniel Sparkes (90).
Andy Pearson's solitary sixth minute strike for league leaders Hyde FC made sure of the win for Gary Lowe's men against relegated Blyth Spartans at Croft Park.
Guiseley stunted sixth-placed Stalybridge Celtic's play-offs push with a 3-0 victory at Bower Fold. Two quick-fire goals from Simon Ainge (41) and James Walshaw (42) before the interval stunned the Badgers, before Matthew Wilson (55) added another not long after the restart.
Gainsborough Trinity's play-off hopes remain alive after Steve Housham's troops got the better of Boston United 2-1 at York Street.
Leon Mettam put the visitors in front from the penalty spot two minutes before the break, only for Nathan Stainfield to level the score in the 60th minute. Trinity, however, were not to be denied with Darryn Stamp hammering in what would be the winner two minutes later.
It was all square at St. George's Lane between Worcester City and Hinckley United, Michael Symons' goal on the stroke of half-time for City cancelled out by Omar Bogle 14 minutes from the final whistle.
David Mehew's Gloucester City held on for a 2-1 away win against Droylsden at Butcher's Arms, Darren Edwards (6) and Theo Lewis (61) get on the scoreboard for the Tigers while Dale Johnson (71) knocked one in for the Bloods late on.
Harrogate Town left it late to salvage a 2-2 draw with Colwyn Bay at Llanealian Road. Michael Lea (34) got the Seagulls off the mark in the first half and that's how the score-line remained until Alex Meecham's 61st minute equaliser.
Frank Sinclair must have thought he had won it for his side when struck nine minutes before full-time, only for Chib Chilaka to sneak another leveler in the 84th minute for the Sulphurites.
Solihull Moors and Nuneaton Town played out to a goalless draw at Damson Park, while Altrincham drew 1-1 with FC Halifax Town at Moss Lane.
Damien Reeves netted for the Robins in the 19th minute before James Dean equalised for the Shaymen just before half-time.
Altrincham 1-1 FC Halifax Town
Bishop's Stortford 2-0 Vauxhall Motors
Blyth Spartans 0-1 Hyde
Boston United 1-2 Gainsborough Trinity
Colwyn Bay 2-2 Harrogate Town
Corby Town 3-3 Workington
Droylsden 1-2 Gloucester City
Histon 3-0 Eastwood Town
Solihull Moors 0-0 Nuneaton Town
Stalybridge Celtic 0-3 Guiseley
Worcester City 1-1 Hinckley United
well done colwyn bay------how the rest of the welsh clubs must envy you staying in the english pyrami... MORE >>
By bjones63 on Sun, 12th May 13
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