Boston United provided a shock at York Street with a 1-0 win over high-flying Lincoln.
Francis Green (pictured) scored against his former club on 59 minutes with a deflected effort from the edge of the box as the hosts climbed out of the bottom two in League Two, whilst Lincoln missed the chance to go top.
Rochdale and Bristol Rovers both came from a goal down to claim 2-1 wins over Wrexham and Hereford United respectively.
The Pirates were trailing to Robert Purdie's 18th minute penalty at The Memorial Stadium until substitute Richard Walker popped up with two in two minutes to turn the score line in the hosts' favour.
The Rovers striker levelled things up on 67 minutes with a neat volley before adding his second less than 60 seconds later from close range to help Paul Trollope's men climb a place in League Two.
At the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham took the lead through Chris Llewellyn, only for Chris Dagnell to net the equaliser three minutes into the second half.
Dagnell claimed the points for Rochdale with his second of the night with 13 minutes remaining.