Harrogate Town slumped to another narrow defeat against Morecambe, their fourth in five matches, and Simon Weaver will surely be getting a little bit tetchy about his side’s poor run of form in recent weeks.
Here's how the rest of the fourth tier fared on Saturday afternoon.
Click and scroll through the pages below for all of our winners and losers.
1. W: Max Watters
Watters has been on fire this season, and kept up his impressive run of form with a brilliant hat-trick against Barrow on Saturday. The Crawley Town striker now has 12 in 12 in League Two this season, having never scored a senior goal before the start of the campaign. (Photo by Chris Booth/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
2. L: Stuart McCall
Bradford City's slow start to the season finally caught up with Stuart McCall on Sunday, with the Bantams bringing his third spell at the club to an end. The final straw was a 3-1 defeat to Oldham Athletic. (Photo by Eddie Garvey/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
3. W: Exeter City
Exeter returned to winning ways in comprehensive fashion against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday. A 5-0 trouncing leaves City in good shape in the battle for promotion, with Ryan Bowman proving to be the man of the hour with a stunning hat-trick. (Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images)
Photo: Harry Trump
4. L: David Dunn
Another managerial casualty, this time at struggling Barrow. David Dunn has parted company with the club after his side's 4-2 loss to Crawley, leaving the newly-promoted side 21st in the table and winless in seven in the league. (Photo by Mark Fletcher/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)