Curtis Round and Andrew Stephenson twice gave the north east side the lead, only for it to be cancelled out by Brad Hubbold and Ash Kelly, as the Reds’ lead at the top of the table was cut to five points.
In second place are Tadcaster Albion, who have four games in hand on the leaders and are well placed for a title push.
Their latest win was courtesy of a belter from Jake Day against Widnes at the Halton Stadium.
Prescot Cables lost ground as they were beaten 1-0 at Trafford, in-form Lewis Salmon scoring the winner from the penalty spot.
Marine recorded their biggest win of the season, hammering Mossley 6-0.
It was goalless entering first half injury time when Craig Lindfield gave them the lead, and his penalty shortly before the hour mark triggered the floodgates to open.
City of Liverpool snatched three points at home to Ossett United, who had three men sent off at the Berry Street Garage Stadium.
Luke Denson’s injury-time penalty gave the Purps a 1-0 win, with Brett Souter, Jeremie Milambo and Jack Stockdill all seeing red.
Kendal Town earned a rare point at home to Droylsden, drawing 1-1, while a first minute goal from Vaughan Redford proved the difference for Pontefract Collieries against Runcorn Linnets.
Pickering Town remain bottom after they surrendered a two goal lead to lose 3-2 at home to Clitheroe, for who Connor Gaul scored twice.
In the other game at the weekend, Ramsbottom United recorded their fifth win of the season, beating Brighouse Town 2-0.