A season-high crowd of 656 saw Worksop Town romp to a 7-0 home win over title rivals Yorkshire Amateur to maintain the pressure on Premier Division leaders Penistone Church on an enthralling afternoon of Toolstation NCEL football on Saturday.
The Tigers were 3-0 up by the interval thanks to a Lynton Karkach early opener and then a Craig Mitchell brace but had to wait until the 76th minute to add to their tally.
Mitchell completed his hat-trick before Steven McDonnell and then two from substitute Kyle Jordan notched up Worksop's biggest victory of the season that keeps them level on points with Penistone who won on their travels.
Thomas Cadzow's strike on 50 minutes was the only goal of the game in Church's victory at Maltby Main
and they stay top of the table by virtue of a five better goal difference but they have played a game more than Worksop.
and Hemsworth Miners Welfare
both won to climb above Yorkshire Amateur who drop to fifth.
Jake Day broke the deadlock on four minutes for Bridlington at Thackley
, a lead that lasted until midway through the first half when there was a leveller from Jack Normanton but Joe McFadyen then struck twice to make it a 3-1 win for the Seasiders who are five points behind Penistone with two matches in hand.
Hemsworth, meanwhile, survived a late rally from visitors Garforth Town
to claim all three points, Nash Connolly, Adam Knight and Andrew Higgins giving them a 3-0 lead before Daniel Williams and Mark Simpson got two back in the last ten minutes for the Miners.
Staveley Miners Welfare
keep themselves in sixth spot with a 2-1 victory at Bottesford Town
, Tomas Poole with what proved to be the winner for the Trojans in the 85th minute.
Adam Baker was the matchwinner for Knaresborough Town
who jump up into seventh with a 1-0 home win over Barton Town
, and Handsworth Parramore
are now eighth after their 3-1 victory at Hall Road Rangers
as goals from Bradley Nicholson, Joshua Nodder and Rikki Paylor claimed the points that move them above Maltby.
Hall Road now find themselves at the foot of the table after a 2-1 win at home for Harrogate Railway Athletic
against Athersley Recreation
saw the Rail leap out of the relegation zone.
All three goals came in the last seven minutes with Albert Ibrahimi and Aaron Kitao netting for the home side before Lee Garside pulled one back for the Rec in stoppage time.
drop back into the bottom two after a 2-0 loss to visitors Liversedge
, Alfie Raw's early penalty added to in stoppage time by Emile Sinclair for Sedge who move up a place into fourteenth.
And, Eccleshill United
won a rollercoaster of a match at Albion Sports
after they were pegged back twice by their hosts until Khurram Shazad's 86th minute strike secured all three points for the Eagles in a 3-2 victory.
In Division One, bottom hosted top with leaders Campion
travelling to Langwith Road to face basement side FC Bolsover
and it was the home side who prevailed after a lightning start saw them two goals up in the opening seven minutes through Cameron Hough and Reece Lucas.
Lewis Warwick pounced early in the second half to complete a remarkable 3-0 win for Bolsover that sees them cut the gap to safety to eight points with eight matches left to play.
Campion, meanwhile, were replaced at the summit by Grimsby Borough
who went 2-0 up early on at East Yorkshire Carnegie
through a Caine Winfarrah brace but were dragged back to 2-2 by half-time before Adam Drury made it a 3-2 victory on 73.
Nostell Miners Welfare
are three points behind the top two in third after a 1-1 home draw with Shirebrook Town
, Carter Widdowson putting the Derbyshire side ahead and Adam Hayton netting the equaliser midway through the second period.
stay fourth but are just four points off first spot with three games in hand after a 2-1 win at AFC Emley
, Kieran Watson and Micah Bishop with their goals sandwiching a Wayne Hughes strike, all in the first half.
And, Winterton Rangers
continue to complete the top five as they beat visitors Rossington Main
3-1, courtesy of Elliot Broughton, Noel Burdett and Luke Anderson.
There is now a seven point gap between Winterton and Dronfield Town
in sixth after Chris Millington's side went down 3-2 at eighth-placed Selby Town
having led 2-1 with twelve minutes remaining.
Alasan Ann levelled matters for the Robins before Liam Flanagan struck a dramatic winner on 88 to keep all three points at the Fairfax Plant Hire Stadium.
maintained their place in the top half of the table as an Alex Nightingale double helped them to a 4-1 win at next-to-bottom Harworth Colliery
And, the day's two other Division One games ended in draws with Armthorpe Welfare
coming from 2-0 down to hold hosts Ollerton Town
2-2 whilst it finished 1-1 at the Vertigo Stadium between Skegness Town
and Glasshoughton Welfare
Photo: Goalscorer Daniel Walker comes forward with the ball for East Yorkshire Carnegie in their 3-2 defeat to visitors Grimsby Borough whose victory saw them return to the top of Division One. (Picture: Darren Thompson)