LeekTown picked up their third Northern Premier League West Division away win of the season with a 2-1 success at Glossop North End.
But Neil Baker’s men had to battle back from going a goal behind to seal another three points on the road on Tuesday.
Sam Harding put Glossop North End into a 13th-minute lead, but it was shortlived as Matthew Bell levelled nine minutes later.
And the decisive moment came on the stroke of half-time when the in-form Dan Trickett-Smith pounced to score what proved to be the winner.
Kidsgrove Athletic were 1-0 home winners against Market Drayton Town.
Grove dominated the early exchanges, but they had to wait until the 32nd minute to break the deadlock.
Kyle Diskin delivered a free-kick to Kingsley Adu-Gyamfi, who saw his shot saved.
However, the ball broke straight to Connor O’Riordan who was on hand to tap the ball home.
Kidsgrove had to dig deep in the second half to keep Market Drayton at bay, but they held firm to pocket another three points.
Newcastle Town were denied victory late on at 1874 Northwich.
Tommy Van der Laan put Castle in front after 32 minutes with a neat finish – and it looked as though that would be enough to seal the spoils.
But 1874 Northwich dragged themselves level just three minutes from time.
A corner fell to Matthew Woolley and he made no mistake in finding the back of the bet.
Congleton Town were beaten 2-1 at home by Avro in the North West Counties League Premier Division – a game which saw both sides reduced to 10 men.
Joe Rathbone put Avro into an early lead before Congleton’s Gary Roberts was sent off for a challenge in the 37th minute.
Avro then saw one of their own red-carded in the formative stages of the second half to level up the numbers.
Former Port Vale striker Tom Pope scored 17 minutes from time to drag the Bears back into the contest.
But in the final minute, an own goal earned all three points for the visitors.
In the Midland Football League Premier Division, Uttoxeter Town lost 2-1 at Walsall Wood.