Development Squad winger Olly Crankshaw scored again in the National League, earning Curzon Ashton their fourth straight victory.
- Loan Update - Olly Crankshaw on target in 1-0 win at Chester.
- Luke Burgess involved in stalemate between Barrow and Halifax.
- Callum Lang involved as Oldham Athletic fall to defeat against Macclesfield Town.
It was two in two games for Olly Crankshaw on Saturday afternoon, with his goal this week proving crucial in a 1-0 away win at National League North play-off chasers Chester.
After scoring in Curzon Ashton's 4-2 win at Nuneaton last week, Crankshaw grabbed the winner on the counter attack to push the Nash up to 13th in tha table, 10 points clear of FC United in the relegation zone.
Crankshaw was also involved with Latics' Development Squad last week, scoring a wonderful goal in a 3-1 victory against Morecambe FC at Christopher Park.
Barrow AFC continue to make steady progress in the National League, with the Bluebirds picking up a point at home to Halifax on Saturday.
Luke Burgess featured for the full 90 minutes on his return to the team.
Barrow now sit 12th in the table on 40 points, nine points behind Sutton United in the final play-off place.
Oldham Athletic have struggled a little since their heroics away at Premier League Fulham in the Emirates FA Cup, suffering a 2-1 defeat away at strugglers Macclesfield Town after their 0-0 home draw last weekend.
Callum Lang featured for the full 90 minutes in the Sky Bet League Two encounter, but it was Sol Campbell's side who went home happy.
Urko Vera gave the Latics the lead inside the first minute from the penalty spot, but Macc forwards Harry Smith and Scott Wilson turned the game on its head to secure three vital points.
Things ended bitterly for Oldham, with Mohammed Maouche sent off in second half stoppage time.
The Latics sit 12th in the League Two table, five points behind Forest Green Rovers in the final play off place.
Saturday 26 January
Doncaster Rovers v Oldham Athletic (Emirates FA Cup)
Chesterfield v Barrow AFC (National League)
Curzon Ashton v Darlington (National League North)