Hatters beaten by Barrow boys
BARROW pulled off another shock victory to assist Grimsby Town's promotion bid in the Blue Square Bet Premier.
The strugglers won 1-0 at home on Saturday against FA Cup giant-killers Luton.
Barrow also beat Newport County recently.
Going into Saturday's game, Luton trailed the Mariners by nine points, but had three games in hand.
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The Hatters couldn't find a reply to Adam Boyes' fifth-minute strike for the Bluebirds, however, and are now 12 points adrift.
The tussle between promotion rivals Wrexham and Forest Green also ended favourably for Town – the tie finished 0-0.
Table-topping Town now lead Wrexham, in second, by three points, and Forest Green, in third, by six points.
Mansfield are outside the play-off positions, in sixth, but showed they are firmly in the promotion picture by beating Dartford 5-0 at home.
The Stags are 11 points behind Town but have three games in hand on Rob Scott and Paul Hurst's men.
Telford – Town's opponents on Saturday – lost 2-1 at home against Cambridge. New interim boss Mark Cooper took charge of the Bucks for the first time.
Darije Kalezic's reign as Stockport boss began with a 3-2 victory over Nuneaton.
Tamworth triumphed 2-0 at home against Gateshead, for whom former Town man Peter Bore made his debut.
Macclesfield triumphed 4-0 at Ebbsfleet to fire-up their play-off ambitions.
Woking saw off Hyde 2-1 at home, and Hereford came from two goals down to draw 2-2 at home against Southport.