Hartlepool United enjoyed success on a big day in the National League

Salford's promotion warning to Leyton Orient, Wrexham handed blow but Hartlepool boosted: National League weekend round-up

It was an action-packed Good Friday in the National League - with plenty of drama to be found at both ends of the table.

While Hartlepool were mounting a comeback to beat Halifax, their rivals throughout the National League were playing out some important fixtures. We've rounded up the key action at both ends of the table - scroll down and click through the pages to see who shone and struggled during a vital round of fixtures:

The O's remain in pole position for promotion from the National League after a comfortable 2-0 win over Harrogate Town - in front of a bumper crowd of over 6,000.

1. Leyton Orient stay top

The O's remain in pole position for promotion from the National League after a comfortable 2-0 win over Harrogate Town - in front of a bumper crowd of over 6,000.
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The Class of 92-backed side remain just two points behind Orient after a 3-2 win at Boreham Wood. But they left it late, Matt Green scoring in the 88th minute to wrap up victory.

2. Salford City are keeping the pressure on

The Class of 92-backed side remain just two points behind Orient after a 3-2 win at Boreham Wood. But they left it late, Matt Green scoring in the 88th minute to wrap up victory.
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Green was a second half substitute for the Ammies, and manager Graham Alexander said he believed such depth could aid his side in the promotion run-in.

3. A warning for Orient

Green was a second half substitute for the Ammies, and manager Graham Alexander said he believed such depth could aid his side in the promotion run-in.
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Solihull Moors continue to put the pressure on the top two, with their 2-0 win at Bromley leaving them just a point behind Salford. A sterling job done by Tim Flowers in the Midlands.

4. The league's surprise package are still up there

Solihull Moors continue to put the pressure on the top two, with their 2-0 win at Bromley leaving them just a point behind Salford. A sterling job done by Tim Flowers in the Midlands.
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