Sam Sherring played his part as Torquay United kept the heat on the National League leaders thanks to a 1-0 win over Woking at Plainmoor.
Sherring formed part of a Gulls defence which withstood a fair amount of pressure before Danny Wright popped up with a late winner.
Wright, who was making his first appearance since Boxing Day following surgery on a hamstring injury, netted seven minutes from time.
The 36-year-old poked home Adam Randell’s cross and almost added a second in injury-time as victory moved the Gulls eight points behind table-toppers Sutton with 12 games remaining.
Luckless Brennan Camp was forced to watch from the sidelines as Weymouth staged a late comeback to seal a 2-1 win over Maidenhead United at the Bob Lucas Stadium.
Defender Camp had been named in the Terras starting line-up, only to withdraw after suffering a hamstring injury during the warm-up.
Sam Barratt scored direct from a corner to give Maidenhead the lead five minutes into the second half before the visitors were reduced to ten men following the dismissal of Manny Parry.
A Sean Shields cross-shot restored parity four minutes from time before Andy Dallas won and scored a penalty six minutes into stoppage time.
Jake Scrimshaw came off the bench in the closing stages of Newport County’s 2-1 defeat by Barrow at Holker Street.
Scrimshaw made his 15th appearance for the Exiles when he replaced Scot Bennett three minutes from time.
Bennett’s deflected strike gave Newport a 24th-minute lead but second-half efforts from Scott Quigley and Jamie Devitt turned the tide in Barrow’s favour.
Devitt’s first goal for the club came with six minutes remaining before Newport’s Mickey Demetriou was sent off after picking up a second booking.
Meanwhile, on Saturday, Tyler Cordner was a starter at Roots Hall, though Southend United's hopes of survival were dealt a blow by visitors Carlisle United, who scored in both halves to net a 2-0 win.
Offrande Zanzala scored after 17 minutes in Essex, with Cherries loanee Kyle Taylor introduced in place of Alan McCormack after 35 minutes.
However, the two Bournemouth players were unable to help turn the situation in their side's favour, Gime Toure scoring a second for the away side with just over ten minutes to go as the Shrimpers ended the afternoon five points adrift of the safety mark in League Two.
There was a first run out in almost two months for Zeno Ibsen Rossi who played an hour for Kilmarnock and helped keep a clean sheet as the side safely navigated their way to the Scottish Cup fourth round thanks to a comfortable 4-0 win over Stenhousemuir.
The defender came on to replace the injured Zech Medley after just 30 minutes of the tie, with the game still balanced at 0-0 at the time.
Two goals before the end of the half from Kyle Lafferty put Killie on their way before the break, however, and the Northern Ireland international completed his hat-trick after the restart.
It was a first Kilmarnock treble for the striker, who only joined the club in February, and there was a another late first when substitute George Oakley rounded off the scoring with his opening strike in the club's colours.
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