Date: 2nd October 2010 at 6:08pm
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Evans` above! The Creepy Crawley`s have not only climbed to the summit of the Conference today – they also have a three point gap between the sides below vying for the play offs.

lsewhere, wins for Grimsby against high flyers Newport and a win for Luton, draws for Fleetwood, Mansfield and Wimbledon and defeats for Darlington and Tamworth

Steve Evans` wallet must have been pounding in his breast pocket today, as his Crawley side had to wait until 68 minutes before scoring against Kidderminster Harriers. Neilson with that goal, whilst on 76 McAllister made it safe for the Sussex side.

Forest Green gave second placed Wimbledon a scare in Surrey today. Watson put the South West side 1-0 up on 5, before happy Jolley recorded a draw with a 68th minute goal.

Third placed Fleetwood were frustrated today by struggling Histon. Vieira put the home side 1-0 up on 63 before Murray`s mint of a shot on 67 for the Cambridgeshire side rescued a point for them.

Luton re-established themselves back in the top five with a good win today away at Barrow. Our favourite named player of all time, Barnes-Homer, scored the only goal on 37 to send Money`s men home happy.

Mansfield in fifth are now 6 points off Evans` men and despite Paul Connor scoring again on 29, a Kay equaliser for Gateshead gave the Town a worry or two on the long drive back from the North East.

The Mariners are improving and a great result against Newport County today with two creative goals from Connell on 30 and 50 saw a 2-0 win. Not a consolation in sight today for him!

Two recent ex League teams met in the North East today, with a Welsh side walking away with the three points. Another favourite name of ours, Knight-Percival late on on 87 saw a valuable 1-0 win for Mark Hughes` Wrexham against Darlington.

Another 2-1 win today, this time at Southport who beat play off contenders Tamworth. McNeil (30 and Daly (36) before a late first half strike from another double barrelled name in the BSP, this time Lake-Gaskin (45), for Tamworth.

Managerless York City lost away on the South Coast today, at Eastbourne. Taylor (44) and Johnson (59) put the Borough 2-0 up, before Lawless on 68 bringing a consolation to the luckless Ministermen.

Kettering do have a new boss though and they gave him a 2-1 win against Hayes and Yeading. Makofo (5) and Dance (49) with a Hayes` Holmes effort on 45 providing the goals.

Cambridge are still in trouble and crashed to a home defeat by another struggling team, Bath City. Despite Cambridge taking a lead through Russell (5), a Canham equaliser (28) and a very late Mohammed (90+2) effort saw the points go the way of the South West side.

Another managerless side in Altrincham recorded another decent result today, with a 2-2 draw against Rushden and Diamonds. Reeves put the Manchester side 1-0 up on 8, before a Howe penalty equalised for Rushden. Rushden then went into the lead via a O`Connor effort on 73, before Williams 89th minute effort gave the bottom side major hope of surviving another year in the BSP.