Bad weather resulted in only four matches taking place in the Toolstation NCEL on Saturday afternoon with Barton Town's Easy Buy Stadium the only venue for Premier Division action.
Visitors Bridlington Town
had a chance to put some pressure on leaders Worksop Town as a victory would have moved the Seasiders to within two points of the Tigers.
But, it was the home side who took the points in a tight encounter, William Waudby netting after 21 minutes to claim a 1-0 victory that keeps the Swans in twelfth spot but now just seven points away from the top half of the table.
Three games went ahead in Division One with Grimsby Borough
extending their advantage at the summit as they strolled to a 6-0 win at Shirebrook Town
Peter Winn opened the scoring on seven minutes before Daniel Trott's hat-trick, an own goal from William Dodds and an Adam Drury strike secured Borough's fourth straight victory that moves them nine points clear of the chasing pack.
climbed off the bottom of the table with a 2-0 win at home over Glasshoughton Welfare
, Chris Lovett's opener and a Mason Barlow penalty settling the match at the start of the second period.
Colliery now find themselves seven points away from safety with eight games to play as both themselves and FC Bolsover continue to fight for their NCEL survival.
And, Skegness Town
moved up five places to thirteenth, ten points away from the relegation trapdoor, after a 3-0 victory at Ollerton Town
Gary King struck in first half stoppage time with late goals in the second period from Jordan Smith and Joshua Morrall confirming the win for the Lilywhites.
Photo: Goalscorer William Waudby ventures into the Bridlington Town penalty area during Barton Town's 1-0 victory over the Seasiders at the Easy Buy Stadium on Saturday. (Picture: Jim Nichol)