Bishop Auckland's revival continued with an excellent 4-0 home win over Radcliffe Borough at the Brewery Field.

Bishops are still bottom of the table, but level on points with Bridlington.

Manager Brian Honour said: "We're playing with a lot of confidence now, and it's all coming together. We could have scored more than four, and it's long time since I've been able to say that.

"We have experience in the right place in the team now. The new players have made a huge difference to us. However, we must continue to work hard."

Bishops got off to a great start after just three minutes, when Steve Salvin fired home from 20 yards. Recent signing Tony Hall made it 2-0 on 24 minutes, heading in from a David Morgan corner, and just after the break Salvin fired in a third.

Late in the game, Tony Woodhouse raced through and lobbed the advancing keeper for the fourth.

Weakened Spennymoor drew 1-1 at second-placed Farsley Celtic, but manager Graeme Clark thought they were "robbed".

Moors were much much-improved, boosted by the returns of Jon Cullen, Jonny Butler and John Toft. Clark said: "I thought there was a blatant foul on Steve Hutt in the build up to their equaliser. Considering what's been going on, I thought we deserved to win. The players' attitude was first class."

Moors took the lead when Danny Brunskill scored from a pass by Andy Brown, and they could have gone further ahead before half time. However, Farsley equalised late in the game when Rodney Rowe set up Michael Midwood to fire home.

Blyth won for the first time since early December when they beat Witton Albion 2-1 with goals from Scott Bell and Peter Snowdon. Blyth are now third bottom, because Bridlington lost at Hyde.

Gateshead are still fourth bottom after they threw away a two-goal lead against Leek Town and had to settle for a 2-2 draw. Paul Taylor scored after just eleven seconds for Gateshead with David Colvin quickly adding another, but Leek hit back with two goals of their own.

Whitby are on course for the play-offs after a 3-2 home win over Prescot Cables. Brian Linighan, Nicky Scaife and Scott Nicholson were on target for Whitby.