Goole AFC moved off the bottom of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division whilst Division One's Grimsby Borough are the league's only unbeaten side after a pulsating night of football in midweek.
All six matches took place on Wednesday with 26 goals scored on what turned out to be another eventful evening with Goole getting four of them in a much-needed victory at Albion Sports
The Vikings were 3-0 up by the 25th minute thanks to Christopher Ovington's opener and a Marcus Edwards brace before Steven Jeff added their fourth midway through the second period.
Alhassane Keita grabbed a consolation for Sports who drop into the bottom two after the 4-1 defeat whilst Goole move up into seventeenth.
climbed above their hosts Worksop Town
into twelfth with a 3-2 victory at the King of Soho Stadium.
The Seasiders flew out of the traps, going 2-0 up in the opening six minutes through Lewis Dennison and Joe McFadyen before Worksop fought back through Craig Mitchell's seventeenth-minute strike and then Steven Woolley's equaliser in first-half stoppage time.
But, Bridlington would take the points with Nathan Modest's late goal whilst Worksop saw red cards for Daniel Patterson and Connor Brunt after he had been substituted whilst manager Craig Denton was also sent to the stands.
The most intriguing match in Division One saw Grimsby Borough host the leaders Winterton Rangers
in what was a contest between the only two NCEL teams not to have lost a league game this season.
Goals in the last twenty minutes from Caine Winfarrah, Callum Lovitt and Marc Cooper sealed a 3-0 victory for Borough whilst Rangers ended the game with ten men following the dismissal of Adam Lee.
Borough climb to fifth whilst Campion
also won to keep ahead of them, moving up into third as Callum Ward, Scott Eastwood and Jahro Parchment struck in a 3-0 home defeat of Rossington Main
Campion go above Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
who drop to fourth after a 3-1 loss at Armthorpe Welfare
, Steven Garner's own goal their solitary strike after Liam Radford, Jordan Buckham and Luke Williams gave the hosts an unassailable lead by the hour mark.
And, FC Bolsover
remain at the bottom after their tenth defeat in their ten games so far, Jack Warwick and Jamie Cording netting for the Langwith Road side but they went down 4-2 to visitors East Yorkshire Carnegie
Daniel Walker, Tom Horner, and a Josh Walker double got Carnegie the win that moves them up five places into thirteenth.
Photo: Goalmouth action during Division One leaders Winterton Rangers' first defeat of the season as they lost 3-0 at Grimsby Borough who are now the league's only unbeaten team. (Picture: Paul Tong)