Tommy Johnson marked his return from injury with a goal as Tamworth completed their first Nationwide Conference double of the season last night and moved out of the relegation zone.

The Lambs' 2-1 home win over Aldershot hoisted Mark Cooper's side from basement spot to fourth from bottom. Remarkably, it was the Lambs' first Tuesday-night home win since February 2003.

Carl Heggs converted Bob Taylor's knock-down after ten minutes and Johnson, a half-time substitute in his comeback after a hamstring injury, finished off after Matt Redmile headed down Kyle Storer's corner three minutes into the second half. The Shots' Kyle Matthews pulled a goal back five minutes later.

Moor Green and rivals Hinckley United are the Nationwide North's draw specialists, so it was no surprise their meeting at Damson Park should end 1-1.

Leon Kelly's first goal since joining from Worcester City gave Hinckley a 16th-minute lead but Darren Middleton netted Moors' equaliser three minutes before half-time.

Worcester threatened to throw away a 2-0 lead before snatching an 89th- minute winner to dent hosts Stalybridge Celtic's play-off hopes with a 3-2 victory.

Two goals in a five-minute spell after the hour mark from Gareth Seddon and Adam Webster put City in charge but Celtic levelled through Lee Ellington and Kevin Parr with five minutes left, only for Webster to convert Troy Wood's pinpoint cross for the winner.

Evesham United remain third-from-bottom in the Southern Premier after a 3-0 victory at Merthyr Tydfil.

Willenhall Town proved their Division One West play-offs push is alive and kicking after crushing Cinderford Town 4-1 in the Forest of Dean. Paul Danks' penalty gave the Reds the interval lead and Gary Fife, Danny Mason and Steve Brannan (penalty) sealed the points.

Bromsgrove Rovers also hit four on their travels, to crush Thame United 4-0. Paul Moore started and finished the scoring with two goals, with Matty Johnson and Exodus Geohagan also netting.