Grimsby Borough have maintained their seven point lead at the top of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division after a 4-0 home win over Lincolnshire rivals Winterton Rangers in midweek.
Adam Drury's 25th minute opener gave the Wilderness Boys a half-time lead that was extended in the second period by a Daniel Trott brace before Lewis Collins grabbed their fourth late on.
's 2-0 victory at Silsden AFC
has kept them in second but they needed goals in the last five minutes from Daniel Coupland and Helmo Mendes da Cruz Silva to secure the Miners their hard-earned three points.
And, Sherwood Colliery
's injury-time penalty from William Norcross saw them take a last-gasp 2-1 win at Albion Sports
to move them up into third after Timothy Gregory had cancelled out Robbie Fox's spot-kick for the hosting Lions.
are up to fourth having heaped more misery on basement side Hemsworth Miners Welfare
as they beat their hosts 6-0.
Talent Ndlovu's early penalty was added to by Sumaili Cissa and Luke Aldrich in the first half before Aiden Day, Alex Cusack and Ndlovu again doubled their tally by the full-time whistle.
drop to fifth following their 2-2 home draw with Thackley
, recovering from an early Owen Murphy brace for the visitors to take a point with goals from Connor Cutts and Jamie Austin.
stay sixth as an injury-time equaliser from Mason Ellender saw Bottesford Town
share the spoils at the Forest Town Arena in another 2-2 draw, the Poachers coming back from 2-0 down at the interval to make it honours even.
A hat-trick for Liam Edmondson helped Knaresborough Town
to a 5-0 home win over next-to-bottom Athersley Recreation
who, like Hemsworth, have had a torrid start to the season.
And, Penistone Church
led twice at home to Barton Town
but were eventually held to a 2-2 draw, Benjamin Hinchliffe netting in the 66th minute for the Swans to ensure it was a point apiece.
Second-half goals from Martin Pembleton and Scott Phillips secured Brigg Town
a 4-2 victory at fourth-placed Rossington Main
to keep themselves at the summit in Division One.
's ninth successive victory has seen them leap up into second, an Iren Wilson double confirming a 4-0 home win over Dronfield Town
with all of the goals coming in the opening period.
and Harrogate Railway Athletic
are up to eight and ninth, respectively, after they both scored four on their travels.
Lewis Stephens bagged all of Glasshoughton's goals in a 4-2 win at Selby Town
whilst a Joseph Crosby hat-trick helped the Rail to their 4-1 defeat of Teversal
who drop to the bottom of the table.
move out of the basement following their 3-1 home victory over FC Humber United
, Sam Allcock, Fabian Johnson and Liam Pritchard on the scoresheet for the Langwith Road side.
claimed the points in a 4-2 win at Armthorpe Welfare
in the last twenty minutes with goals from Thomas Almond and Frederick Tracey sealing the three points.
are up to fourteenth after Jack Lowe's penalty and a Joshua Pickering strike in a 2-1 home win against Swallownest
who pulled a goal back in stoppage time through an Alex Lill spot kick.