Stockport County passed up the chance to move to within four points of automatic promotion in League Two, whilst Shrewsbury extended their unbeaten run to 12 games.
Stockport's hopes of making a late charge for the top three suffered a blow when they fell to a 2-1 defeat away at Bristol Rovers.
The Pirates took the lead when Rickie Lambert converted a penalty after being fouled himself after just 15 minutes.
Stuart Nicholson added a second on 61 minutes after a great run from Craig Disley, and Stockport grabbed a consolation when Michael Rose scored directly from a corner seven minutes later.
Shrewsbury maintained their impressive unbeaten run as they played out a 0-0 draw with Barnet at Underhill.
Both sides hit the woodwork twice, with The Bees coming close through Adam Birchall and Liam Hatch and Shrewsbury threatening through Derek Asamoah and Andy Cooke.