Following the National League’s decision to not suspend its season last Friday, only half of its fixtures in its top tier actually took place during the weekend, as the coronavirus pandemic made a significant impact.

That included the postponement of leaders Barrow AFC’s match against Wrexham at Holker Street and it’s already been decided that the Bluebirds’ match at Barnet will not be taking place because players from both teams are in self-isolation.

Two other matches were called off within hours of the league’s decision, with Harrogate unable to fulfil their match at Solihull due to four members of staff self-isolating.

Boreham Wood then cancelled their match against Torquay at Meadow Park, as they share some facilities with Premier League side Arsenal, whose manager Mikel Arteta had contracted coronavirus earlier in the week.

Three more matches then bit the dust on Saturday, including Barnet’s trip to Yeovil Town, which partly set the wheels in motion for their match against AFC at The Hive to also be put back.

The other games to fall were bottom club Chorley’s visit to Bromley and Woking’s fixture against Dagenham & Redbridge at Kingfield.

Among the matches that did take place, a crowd of 4,942 was inside Meadow Lane, as Notts County followed up their win at Barrow with a 4-0 thrashing of Eastleigh.