Congratulations to Hemsworth Miners Welfare who sealed their promotion to the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division with a 2-1 win at Dronfield Town on Tuesday.
They had to come from behind after Callum Mawbey gave the hosts a 27th minute lead as goals from Bill Law and Danny Critchlow in the second period secured the victory.
The Wells will lift the Division One title should they win at bottom side Lincoln Moorlands Railway on Saturday.
are the only team that can deny them now as they moved up to second with a 3-1 home defeat of Yorkshire Amateur
on Wednesday, Grant Allott opening the scoring before Craig Mitchell's double put the Bulls in full control and Dan Sheriffe netted a late consolation for the visitors.
Fourth-placed AFC Emley
won 4-1 at Hall Road Rangers
, meaning that they, Bottesford Town and AFC Mansfield have secured at least a play-off place.
Robbie Graham broke the deadlock for Emley in the opening minute and then Mike Thompson's own goal followed by goals from Craig Billington and Jordan Townsend secured a comfortable victory with Rangers getting their goal in injury time from Callum Harrison.
A Gary Bradshaw brace claimed Hull United
a 2-1 victory at Glasshoughton Welfare
but the Citizens are now ninth in the table after a twelve point deduction came into effect.
Two goals from Fraser Lancaster helped Knaresborough Town
to a 5-0 win at Selby Town
on Thursday and they climb above Hull into eighth with still one eye on the play-off spots.
It was Selby's second game in midweek after Chris Jackson scored a hat-trick in their 4-0 home win over Winterton Rangers
Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
were beaten 3-2 at home to Eccleshill United
, Anil Singh's second half double condemning them to a defeat which keeps them next-to-bottom and adrift of safety by eight points with four games to play.
Lincoln Moorlands Railway
were confirmed as the team who will finish bottom as they went down 3-0 at Westella VIP
, Joe McFadyen, Andy Coverdale and Chris Spinks with the hosts' goals.
In the Premier Division, next-to-bottom Liversedge
moved a point closer to safety with a 1-1 draw at Thackley
, Rhys Jenkinson putting them ahead on 64 minutes before Thomas Dugdale denied them the victory with a late equaliser.
claimed a vital win in their battle for survival as Kai Hancock scored on the hour mark to win 1-0 at Barton Town Old Boys
, moving them out of the drop zone and up four places to sixteenth in what is a tight bottom third of the table.
have all-but secured a top five finish after their 4-1 win at seventh-placed Staveley Miners Welfare
, Andre Johnson netting twice for the Tigers, sandwiching an Adam Scott strike for the hosts in the first period, with a Steve Carty own goal putting them 3-1 up by the break and Andrew Ofosu adding a fourth on 86 minutes.
In the League Cup, Bridlington Town
booked their place in the Fifth Round with a 2-0 win at Penistone Church
, Joel Sutton and Andy Norfolk with the goals to seal a tie at either Thackley or Glasshoughton Welfare at the end of the month.
Meanwhile, one Fifth Round tie has been played with Albion Sports
becoming the first side through to the semi-finals as they thrashed hosts Rainworth Miners Welfare
, 5-0, Marcus Edwards with a hat-trick and then Matthew Matthers with a late double.
missed out on a place in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup Final as, despite a goal from Micah Bishop, they were beaten 5-1 at home by Evo-Stik League side Frickley Athletic.