Grimsby Borough are the new leaders of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division after a second-half destruction of hosts Garforth Town earned them a 6-1 victory on Saturday.
Adam Drury's seventeenth minute opener had the Wilderness Boys a goal ahead by the interval before Joshua Sunter and Jack Bradbury had them 3-0 up around the hour mark.
Sean Hunter pulled one back for the hosts but Jack Debnam and Connor Southern increased Borough's lead before Joshua Venney completed the scoring in injury time to make it three wins in a row for Daniel Barrett's men.
Staveley Miners Welfare
also won on their travels, a 4-0 triumph at Maltby Main
, to lift the Trojans up into second, courtesy of goals from Michael Burke, Matthew Davies, Charlie Oglesby and Jonathan Froggatt.
Borough and Staveley both went above Penistone Church
who drew 1-1 at home with Hemsworth Miners Welfare
who drop to fourth, Nash Connolly's first-half strike for the visitors cancelled out in the 56th minute by Nathan Keightley.
leap up to fifth having condemned hosts Silsden
to their fourth successive loss despite going behind to Marko Basic's goal on the quarter-hour mark as Alfie Raw quickly equalised and then Michael Bottomley and Kevy Tarangazdo turned the game round in the last fifteen minutes for a 3-1 victory.
Josh Greening's leveller secured a point for Bridlington Town
in a 1-1 draw at Yorkshire Amateur
but the Seasiders fall to sixth whilst the Ammers, whose goal was scored by Ashley Flynn, remain in seventh spot.
and Albion Sports
are up to eight and ninth, respectively, after wins with Asa Mitchell's double helping Thackley to a 3-1 defeat of visitors Bottesford Town
whilst Luke Aldrich scored the only goal of the game for the Lions at Knaresborough Town
There was late drama in Handsworth's
home game with Goole AFC
as the game was goalless going into stoppage time when an own goal from Darius Smith gave the visitors what seemed like the victory, only for Bailey Hobson to quickly rescue a point for the hosts at the death.
remain in the basement despite fighting back to claim a point at home to AFC Mansfield
, Shane Kelsey making sure the spoils were shared after Jack Warner's first-half breakthrough for the Bulls.
drop into the bottom two after a 3-1 home loss to Eccleshill United
, Talent Ndlovu's opener for the Eagles cancelled out by Ben Hinchliffe before a Matthew Plummer own goal and a Jonathan Irving strike secured the victory for the away side.
In Division One, Skegness Town
's lead at the top has been reduced to one point after the Lilywhites drew 0-0 at home with Retford FC
who drop to fifth.
and Winterton Rangers
moved to within touching distance of the summit with victories on their own patch, Selby defeating Ollerton Town
4-0 with goals that included a brace from Christopher Jackson.
Winterton, meanwhile, were 6-0 winners over bottom side East Hull
with Elliot Broughton getting a hat-trick and Bruno Holden twice getting on the scoresheet.
's sixth straight victory has seen them climb into fourth, a 4-1 home defeat of Armthorpe Welfare
secured with goals from Jason Carney, Alex Cusack, Andrew McCreadie and Myles Foley.
A Jordan Turner double helped Hallam
to prevail 3-2 over visitors Nostell Miners Welfare
to move the Sandygate side up into sixth whilst North Ferriby
are up to seventh after their 5-0 win against Harrogate Railway Athletic
at the Dransfield Stadium, Tom Corner getting four of their goals to double his tally for the season.
There were away victories for Brigg Town
and Glasshoughton Welfare
with Jason Pembleton, Thomas Pearson and Ryan Thompson netting for the Zebras at Parkgate
, and Lewis Pickering's 82nd minute winner saw Welfare beat hosts Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
The remaining two matches both ended with honours even as Stuart Hill struck late on for Dronfield Town
as they held visitors Hall Road Rangers
to a 2-2 draw and Jordan Buckham made sure Rossington Main
got a point in a 1-1 draw at home to Swallownest
after Matthew Morton had given their opponents an early lead.
Photo: Action from Campion's 4-1 win at home to Armthorpe Welfare in Toolstation NCEL Division One on Saturday. (Picture: Steve Pennock)