Nuneaton Borough managed to beat the weather but were left with the cold chill of disappointment after missing the chance to crank up the pressure on table-toppers Stafford Rangers.

Boro's match at home to Hucknall Town was one of only three matches in Nationwide North to escape the freezing temperatures.

Second-placed Nuneaton led twice at Manor Park but the visitors grabbed an injury-time equaliser which left Roger Ashby's men six points behind title favourites Stafford, having played two more games.

Matty Collins galloped free to score Boro's opener inside 20 minutes from a Duane Darby flick, only for Lee Morris to level with a penalty ten minutes later.

Martin Reeves regained the lead six minutes before the break after keeper James Lindley punched a Rob Oddy cross straight to the midfielder but Boro's failure to capitalise on their second-half dominance - a familiar tale in recent weeks - was punished in the second minute of injury time when substitute Eugene Francis bundled in the Hucknall equaliser. n Indy Khela proved to be the second-half hero to continue AFC Telford United's upward progress in the UniBond Premier with a 2-0 home win over Lincoln United.

Khela, one of six new signings made by new manager Rob Smith since his arrival at the New Bucks Head, volleyed home the first goal from Davion Hamilton's left-wing cross.

Then the former Willenhall Town man sent a Dean Craven cross goalwards and Lincoln defender Ben Dixon could only divert the ball into his own net as he lunged to clear the danger.