Grimsby Town moved to the top of the Blue Square Bet Premier with a comfortable win against Tamworth.
Craig Disley put the Mariners ahead early on when he headed in from Scott Neilson's corner.
Ross Hannah made it 2-0 to the hosts six minutes after the break when he fired past Tamworth keeper James Severn from 12 yards.
The Lambs were then awarded a penalty but Adam Cunnington's spot-kick was saved by James McKeown.
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Grimsby Town joint manager Paul Hurst told BBC Radio Humberside:
"The fact that we've gone back top is pleasing in the respect that other teams have dropped points.
"The next game we know is going to be a really big game at Wrexham.
"Nothing will be won or lost in that game but it will be a good test for us."