The Rams completed their home campaign at the HWRS for the 2016/17 season with a visit from local side Radcliffe Borough, looking to avenge their Boxing Day defeat at Taurus Park.
The reported post match dressing room traumas after the defeat to Trafford on Saturday at first seemed to have had a cathartic effect on the Rams who started the game brightly playing with some spirit that has been missing in recent matches.
Tuesday Night Fever descended again at the HWRS. If the Rams do not have a phobia about home midweek matches in the dark against teams that can play football they should have.
A pulsating match which will have pleased the visiting fans and any neutrals in the crowd but will have left the home support as despondent as they were wet in the driving rain.
The Rams made the journey over the M62 to take on relegation threatened Goole in their penultimate away match of the season.
Home is not at all sweet for the Rams at present as a season which had much promise now starts to slip away in to mid-table disappointment.
The Rams produced a very scrappy performance in both meanings of the word to come away with a well earned and thoroughly deserved point.
The return to the site of their greatest triumph saw the Rams secure another deserved win which while lacking the immediate impact of the win on their prior visit still offers much hope of a return to the NLP.
A second consecutive 5 nil drubbing in a game to which the Rams contributed absolutely nothing brought mutterings from the fans about the future of the management team.
Tonight's scheduled Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North match between Ramsbottom United and Scarborough Athletic has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
This was a complete performance by a Farsley Celtic team who with games in hand should go onto secure the league championship.
Ramsbottom United climb to 11th in the table and just five points shy of the play-off places with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Brighouse Town at the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium.
It may have been April Fools Day, but it was no laughing matter for a Ramsbottom United team that has hit a woeful run of form.
Another game, another eleven for the Rams. Pre-match in the dressing room must resemble an episode of Blind date at the moment. Perhaps Mark Fell should draft in Paul O'Grady for the tactical talks.
The only thing to remember from an otherwise wholly forgettable match, in which both teams were as bad as each other in serving up a desultory brew, is that the Rams somehow came away with three more points.
he Rams two new young loan signings, full back Reagan Ogle and left winger Nathan Webb made an instant contribution to the fortunes of an injury depleted side. Both scored but their impact on the game, in particular Nathan Webb's went well beyond adding their names to the scoresheet.