Ravens still well clear despite letting two-goal lead slip
Coalville Town let a two-goal lead slip as they were held 3-3 away at Sheffield FC.
The Evo-Stik Northern Premier Division One South leaders are now without a win in four league games after three draws and a defeat.
The Ravens still hold a 12-point lead over second-placed Kings Lynn but the Linnets have three games in hand.
Coalville were 2-0 up after 13 minutes through Cameron Stuart and Ryan Robbins but the hosts clawed one back from the spot.
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A fluked cross from Robbins made it 3-1, which should have sealed the win, but two second-half goals in two minutes allowed Sheffield to steal a point.
Loughborough Dynamo remained 15th despite a 1-0 win at Leek Town – Robert Norris scoring their goal.
In the Baker Joiner Midland Alliance, Tom Nadin put Loughborough University ahead at Westfields. But the home side hit back with two goals midway through the second period to claim a 2-1 victory.
Kirby Muxloe put up a good fight away at leaders Stratford Town, who have an impressive home record, but were ultimately beaten 2-1. Tom Hill scored the visitors' goal.
Heather St John's were beaten 1-0 at Heath Hayes courtesy of an early second-half goal from DaveWapples.
It could have been more but for poor finishing and some great saves from Heather keeper Peter Maguire.
In the United Counties League, Kadeem Price's strike five minutes before half-time was enough for Quorn to overcome Yaxley and remain fourth.
Shepshed Dynamo let a 1-0 half-time lead slip at home to Peterborough Northern Star to draw for the fifth time in six games. Luke Smith put the hosts ahead.
Sam Baines' 30th-minute strike was a mere consolation as Harborough Town were thumped 4-1 at home to Boston Town.
In Division One, Oadby Town thumped Buckingham Town 4-0 at home. Elliott Wright and Ollie Brown-Hill put the hosts 2-0 up at the break before Jon Stevenson and Luke McDonald added to the tally.