Whites' miserable run of 2018 continues as they go down to Bedworth 3-1 at home.
Lincoln United slumped to their fourth successive defeat of the year after losing 3-1 to high-flying Bedworth United after taking an early lead.
Sam Wilkinson's men started the match in ideal fashion when Matt Cotton volleyed home after only four minutes following great work down the left by Kallum Smith.
It took the visitors some time to settle and resist the marauding attacks instigated by Smith on the left flank.
Bedworth slowly began to establish their attacking style of play and it came as no surprise when they equalised after 25 minutes.
Striker Alex Troke beat Scott Matthews' attempted tackle to shoot beyond the reach of McGann in the United goal.
Three minutes before the break, Whites' skipper Phil Watt was shown a yellow card on the halfway line.
The resulting free kick found an unmarked Levi Rowley in the box who steered his shot over the outstretched hands of McGann.
Five minutes after the break, Bedworth increased their lead after a fine passing movement saw Troke curl his strike into the far corner of the United net.
Toyne and Ward were sent on to shore up midfield and attempt a fightback but the Bedworth defence held firm.
The visitors' midfield proved a stumbling block to the home side by thwarting the efforts of United and setting up their attackers with a series of telling through balls.
There was certainly no lack of effort shown by United but they were up against a side 20 points above them and in the end it was the quality of Bedworth which gave them the spoils.
On Wednesday evening, United welcome runaway leaders Basford United to the Sun Hat Villas.