Scott Boden struck again as FC Halifax Town took a point at his old club Macclesfield to maintain their push at the top of the Vanarama Conference.
But Brighouse Town suffered a heavy home defeat by Spennymoor in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League North Division.
Former Sheffield United striker Boden notched his fourth goal in five games in Halifax’s 1-1 draw at Moss Rose, where 1,509 watched.
The 24-year-old close-season Shay signing pounced in the 51st minute, forcing the ball home from close range after Jamie Jackson’s shot was spilled.
However Macc were level within five minutes, Arthur Gnahoua turning inside the penalty area to drill home a low effort.
Defender Marc Roberts thought he had won it for Halifax in stoppage time, but hi goal was disallowed after a foul on the home keeper.
It was a first drawn of the season for Neil Aspin’s side, who will have a seventh win in nine league games at Forest Green Rovers on Saturday.
Brighouse suffered only a second league defeat of the season as Spennymoor won 4-1 at St Giles Road.
Isaac Baldwin gave Town hope when his 50th-minute strike reduced the arrears to 2-1.
But Spennymoor stepped on the gas to force two further goals and seal the points.
Brighouse will aim to bounce back by upsetting the odds at home to Ashton United in the FA Cup first round qualifying on Saturday.