Eagles fall into bottom four of table
ARNOLD Town fell into the bottom four after they were beaten 1-0 at home by Hall Road Rangers.
Scarborough Athletic made a stunning comeback to beat Retford after trailing to goals from Liam Slack and Brett Lucas within the opening 13 minutes.
Sam Denton pulled one back midway through the second half. Rudy Funk's side then struck twice in the last four minutes through Ryan Blott and Tony Hackworth to snatch the victory.
They go above Worksop Parramore, who could only draw 2-2 at home to Barton Town Old Boys.
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Lincoln Moorlands Railway moved off the bottom after their 3-0 victory at Glasshoughton Welfare. Bjorn Taylor's early opener was added to by an own goal from Colan Leung and Craig Roche's late strike.
Division One leaders Athersley Recreation drew 4-4 with visitors Albion Sports, but still remain four points clear at the top.
Seven of the goals came in an unbelievable opening period with Athersley having a narrow 4-3 advantage but Alex Cusack made sure the spoils were shared.
Former Stags striker Daryl Clare struck with two minutes to go for Louth Town as they drew 2-2 at Teversal.
Teversal looked dangerous every time they went forward.
They were rewarded on 14 minutes when Orton and Cockerill combined for Wood, who rounded McTaggert before slotting home from a tight angle.
The home side doubled their lead when Wood burst into the six yard box to head home on 22 minutes.
Louth hit back when Kennedy lifted the ball over the advancing Brooks to make it 2-1.
Teversal lost Wood through injury, but had an able replacement in Joe Flint who was signed on dual registration from Mansfield Town .
Teversal travel to Clipstone Welfare tonight in the Notts Senior Cup (7:45pm).