Liversedge leapt to the top of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division in midweek as a 3-1 victory at Garforth Town saw them overtake previous leaders Thackley on goal difference.
Oliver Fearon gave Sedge the perfect start with the opening goal after three minutes but Garforth levelled early in the second period through Sean Hunter before Shane Hamilton and Jake Thompson made sure all three points were going the visitors' way.
picked up their first points of the season with a 3-0 home victory over Silsden
, Ben Hinchliffe's brace added to by an injury-time third from Jamie Goddard whilst Staveley Miners Welfare
are up to ninth following a 1-0 win over visitors Hemsworth Miners Welfare
Joseph Pugh converted from the penalty spot in the 25th minute to take the points with Hemsworth dropping to thirteenth.
And, there was a point each for Handsworth
and AFC Mansfield
as they shared a 2-2 draw, Ross Duggan and Jack Warner putting the visiting Bulls two goals ahead by the 58th minute but Luke Francis struck twice to make it honours even at Sandy Lane.
In Division One, Joe Jagger's hat-trick gave Harrogate Railway Athletic
a 3-0 home win over bottom side East Hull
and the Rail are now ninth in the table.
Meanwhile, there were four County Cup matches with an all-NCEL tie amongst three in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup as hosts Hallam
defeated Nostell Miners Welfare
2-1 in their First Round clash.
Macole Lannaman and Reece Treasure struck for Hallam in the final seven minutes after Nathan Hawkhead had given Nostell the advantage midway through the second half.
Shaun Mundy scored two as Penistone Church
won 5-0 at home to Grimethorpe LLUK and Kyle Wordsworth bagged a hat-trick as Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
saw off visitors Frecheville Davys 7-3.
And, in the First Round of the Derbyshire Senior Cup, Callum Mawbey grabbed a brace as Dronfield Town
prevailed 3-1 at Ashbourne.
Photo: An attack gets underway for Barton Town during their 3-0 victory at home at the expense of Silsden in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division on Tuesday. (Picture: Jim Nichol)