TOWN weren't the only team to boost their bid for one of the three automatic Division III promotion berths.
Mansfield and Torquay are also firmly in the race after victories over second-placed Hull and basement side Carlisle, who host Town tomorrow.
Keith Curle's sixth-placed Stags were 1-0 victors over the stuttering Humbersiders at Field Mill with a goal by Laurent D'Jaffo.
The result left Doncaster, who drew at Swansea on Friday, six points clear at the top of the table.
Leroy Rosenior's Torquay are still in the frame after thrashing Carlisle 4-1.
Kevin Hill hammered two more nails in the coffin of Carlisle's Football League survival hopes.
They are now 14 points adrift of safety after Hills set Torquay on their way with a first-half brace.
David Graham added a third early in the second half and Steve Woods scored a fourth before Brendan McGill's consolation.
Craig Russell got a priceless goal for Darlington, who moved six points clear of the relegation zone with a 1-0 win at Macclesfield, Town's visitors on Saturday.
Macclesfield are second from bottom, three points behind Rochdale, who lost 2-0 against Boston.
Kidderminster scored a much-needed win in their attempt to pull clear of the dogfight, beating York 4-1.
Ian Foster set Harriers on their way with a 10th-minute penalty and Dean Bennett doubled that advantage 25 minutes later.
Richard Cooper pulled one back but Kidderminster were on good form and Mark Yates restored their cushion on the stroke of half-time.
Adam Murray scored their fourth in the second half.
Scunthorpe's relegation worries were eased by a 3-0 win over faltering promotion chasers Yeovil.
Steve MacLean (2) and Darren Holloway scored.