In the first midweek action involving Toolstation NCEL sides in 2019, there were away league victories for Worksop Town and Harworth Colliery whilst Grimsby Borough booked their place in the final of this season's Lincolnshire Senior Trophy.
Worksop came from behind to win 3-1 at Thackley
to move up three places to sixth in the Premier Division standings in one of the four matches that were played on Tuesday night.
Jack Normanton put the home side ahead on eighteen minutes and that is how it stayed until Craig Mitchell levelled early in the second period.
The Tigers then turned the game around with a late double from Matthew Sykes, the first from a penalty spot, to condemn Thackley to a defeat that leaves them in seventeenth.
In Division One, Harworth picked up a massive three points in their fight for avoid relegation as they won 3-2 at seventh-placed Selby Town
Colliery are now just goal difference away from safety after goals in the first half from Benjamin Partridge, Mark West and Mason Barlow secured them the victory.
Selby rallied in the second period with a Liam Flanagan brace, one from the penalty spot to cancel the earlier one dispatched by West, but the visitors held on to close the gap on Armthorpe Welfare who are just outside the bottom two.
Grimsby Borough won 3-0 at NCEL rivals Bottesford Town
in the Lincolnshire Senior Trophy semi-finals, Keenan McGrath's first half opener added to in the second period by Adam Drury and Jack Bradbury as the Division One side progressed at the expense of their Premier Division hosts.
The Wilderness Boys will face Deeping Rangers of the United Counties League in the final with a date and venue for the showdown yet to be announced.
Meanwhile, Yorkshire Amateur
bowed out in the quarter-finals of the West Riding County Cup as they went down 4-0 at home to Vanarama National League North side Guiseley.