Non-league football: Coalville Town's lead at top is cut
Coalville Town's lead at the top was reduced to 10 points on Saturday.
The Ravens' home clash with Halesowen was postponed so they could only sit kicking their heels as King's Lynn moved into second in Division One South of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League.
King's Lynn beat Leek Town 2-0, which puts them 10 points behind Coalville with a game in hand.
Loughborough Dynamo slipped to a 3-1 defeat at Belper, who moved up to fourth.
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Dynamo went behind in the seventh minute to a Chris Adam goal.
But they battled back and were rewarded with an equaliser just before the break when Tom Liversedge swooped after Dom Brennan's shot had been blocked.
Belper regained the lead through Jon Froggett just before the hour-mark. The same player banked the points with a header in the 78th minute.
Heather St John's succumbed to a bright Bridgnorth side in difficult conditions, going down 4-1 in the Baker Joiner Midland Alliance.
They can, however, count themselves a shade unlucky as Jacob Wright hit the bar, while two of the home side's goals looked fortunate.
Bridgnorth took lead after 13 minutes despite Heather appeals for a foul on Jos McPherson. They doubled their advantage at the start of the second half.
Heather pulled one back when a Chris Waldrum through ball was flicked into the net by Jacob Wright.
Heather piled on the pressure but were punished on the counter-attack when Bridgnorth got a third from a goalmouth scramble, in which keeper Peter Maguire suffered a dislocated finger.
Kirby Muxloe suffered a 4-1 defeat at struggling Continental Star. Elliott Pacey equalised an early Star goal but three efforts in the last 25 minutes secured the win for the home side.
Loughborough University slid down to fifth after their match with Gornal Athletic was called off. They do, however, have games in hand on all the teams above them.
There was no action for the four county teams in the United Counties League with Quorn, Shepshed Dynamo, Harborough Town and Oadby Town losing out to the weather.