The Bulls are off the bottom with a substantially better goal difference than they started the day with, but their rivals at the wrong end of the table also mostly picked up points.
Barnet were the only one of the three sides the Bulls could catch to not collect a point as they went down 2-1 at Shrewsbury (4th), leaving the Bees bottom of the table. Northampton pulled themselves out of the bottom two with a 2-1 win over Gillingham that put them on 13 points like the Bulls. Also on 13 are Lincoln, who twice came back from a goal down to draw 2-2 with Wycombe (6th). A point better off are Morecambe, who lost 3-1 at Torquay, with Stockport and the Gills a further point clear. Bradford pulled themselves into mid-table with a 5-0 thrashing of Oxford, while Macclesfield give themselves space with a 2-1 win over Burton.
At the top of the table Chesterfield lead by a point after a goalless draw at Stevenage with Port Vale, 2-1 winners over Crewe, and Bury, 3-1 winners at Aldershot, four points inside the automatic promotion spots. Along with the Shrews and Chairboys in the play-off spots are Rotherham and Cheltenham, with the Millers losing 1-0 at Southend and the Robins winning 4-2 at Accrington.
In the Conference Crawley retake the top spot after winning 4-1 at Mansfield with AFC Wimbledon losing at home to Darlington 2-0. Forest Green beat York 2-1, while Kidderminster drew 2-2 at Southport on Friday night.
FA Cup opponents Hythe Town lost 2-0 to Lordswood in a Kent League Premier Cup match.