CHORLEY moved level on points with York City in the Vanarama National League North in a disrupted round of league action.

Chorley, relegated from the National League last season, twice came from behind to defeat fellow play-off hopefuls Farsley Celtic 3-2 at Victory Park.

Two goals from Jimmy Spencer, with an Andy Owens finish in between, put the visitors 2-1 ahead at half-time.

But two goals in six minutes, from Harvey Smith and Connor Hall, ensured Chorley the victory, taking them to 22 points, level with both York and Leamington.

York were originally scheduled to face Gloucester City at the weekend, but the fixture was rearranged due to the leaders' progression in the FA Trophy.

The Minstermen return to action this Saturday at AFC Telford who sit 13th and winless in their last five matches after only managing a 1-1 draw with Curzon Ashton this weekend.

Former York trialist Dominic Knowles put Curzon in front before half time though Telford responded through Jason Oswell in the second half.

Another ex-City forward was in the goals as Macaulay Langstaff struck added time to hand Gateshead a 1-0 win over Guiseley, taking the hosts up to 10th, a point adrift the play-offs.

Just three matches went ahead in the North division in a disrupted weekend of action.

Boston United's visit to Alfreton Town was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch while heavy snow at the Horsfall Stadium has delayed Bradford (Park Avenue)'s game against Chester until Tuesday evening.

The progress of Gloucester, Darlington, Kettering Town and Leamington in the FA Trophy also ensured a sparse programme in the North division.