Bees lead is cut to five points
Brentford's lead at the top of League Two is down to five points after their draw against promotion rivals Gillingham.
David Hunt smashed home the opener direct from a free-kick three minutes before half-time - but Simeon Jackson's penalty, his 18th goal of the season, gave the visitors a deserved equaliser after the break.
Bury moved up to second with a 1-0 win against Bournemouth, Andrew Morrell executing a simple volley 10 minutes after the break - and Rochdale slid to third after drawing 2-2 with Exeter at Spotland, veteran Marcus Stewart twice equalising for the visitors, who stay sixth.
In the day's early kick-off, Wycombe were held to a 1-1 draw at Adams Park by Shrewsbury - meaning the Chairboys are now fifth, having led the division at the start of last month.
They took the lead on the half-hour, Lee Sawyer seizing on a loose clearance and laying it off to captain Gary Holt - who coolly looped the ball in off the bar.
But the scoreline belied what was a dominant performance from the Shrews, who continued to exert pressure on their hosts and found their reward with 15 minutes to go - Ben Davies rounding off a smart passing move by powerfully heading home substitute Steven Leslie's cross to keep Paul Simpson's side in seventh.
Outside the play-off spots, Bradford in eighth will be disappointed after managing only a goalless draw at second-bottom Chester - while Chesterfield maintained their push for the top seven with a Jack Lester-inspired 2-1 win at home against Port Vale.
At the other end of the table, basement boys Luton continued their bid for an improbable escape from relegation with victory at Morecambe - the Hatters coming from behind to secure a 2-1 win thanks to Kevin Gallen.
Grimsby, just above the relegation zone in 22nd, improved their chances of beating the drop with a 1-0 win over Aldershot - Barry Conlon securing the three vital points from the penalty spot in the last 10 minutes.
Elsewhere, Wayne Rooney's brother John scored his first senior goal - from 20 yards - for Macclesfield but could not prevent his side from going down 2-1 at Dagenham & Redbridge.
There was also a win for Darlington at Barnet, while the matches between Lincoln and Notts County and Rotherham and Accrington finished all square.