There must be something about the Fylde coast after Fleetwood Town`s magnificent achievement in winning the Blue Square Bet Premier title and promotion to the Football League last weekend.
A crowd of 401 saw Fylde clinch the title, thanks to ex-Fleetwood favourite Ritchie Allen`s 41st minute effort at home to managerless Salford City.
Apart from that it was also an interesting evening involving several of the play-off hopefuls.
Curzon Ashton and Witton Albion are already assured a top five finish – with Albion easing to a 3-0 success at Stainton Park against Radcliffe Borough with goals from Anthony Sheehan, Alex Titchiner and Matty Wood to assure themselves of third spot.
Farsley won 3-1 at Harrogate Railway, Skelmersdale United beat Cammell Laird by the same scoreline and Lancaster did the same at Mossley, meaning Farsley are definitely guaranteed a play-off spot, but there are still three teams battling for the one remaining place.
Gareth Grant bagged a brace for Farsley and Ben Jones the other at Station View against relegation-threatened Railway, while Chris Almond, Sean Williams and Shaun Tuck were the Skem scorers at home to already-doomed Cammell Laird.
And first half goals from Neil Marshall, Alex Kenyon and Lee Dodgson ensured a vital three points for Lancaster at Seel Park.
The other Tuesday game saw third-bottom Wakefield earn what could prove to be a vital points from a 1-1 draw at Prescot Cables to leave them two points above Harrogate, meaning they only need a point on Saturday to stay up.
Danny Clapham gave the visitors a 36th minute lead than Steven Tames cancelled out for Cables in the 69th minute.