Barton Town lead three teams on fifteen points at the summit of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division table after their 4-1 win at Goole AFC on Friday night.
Harrison Coley and Thomas Waudby had given the Swans a two-goal cushion by the half-hour mark but the hosting Vikings halved the deficit through Callum Petch with ten minutes remaining.
A William Waudby brace, however, stopped the home side's comeback to put Barton top on goal difference over Silsden AFC
and Knaresborough Town
Silsden climb up into second after a 9-1 home thrashing of Pickering Town
, courtesy of hat-tricks for Spencer Harris and Kayle Price along with a goal apiece for Luke Brooksbank, Casey Stewart and Ellis Hudson.
Knaresborough, who were the leaders going into the weekend action, drop to third after their 2-0 loss at Emley AFC
, Iyrwah Gooden's opener added to by a James Walshaw penalty for the Pewits in the opening thirty minutes.
are up to fifth, with a maximum twelve points from their four games played so far, as they won 5-3 at Penistone Church
, Robbie Fox with a hat-trick for the Lions who have had a remarkable start to the campaign.
Mitchell Dunne struck both of Handsworth
's goals as the Ambers won 2-0 at basement side Bottesford Town
to climb into sixth spot.
Late goals from Adam Terrelonge-Jones and Finn Donovan secured Thackley
a 2-0 victory at Eccleshill United
whilst a Nash Connolly brace helped Garforth Town
to a 4-1 win at Frickley Athletic
And, Tadcaster Albion
came from behind with one each for Luke Stewart and Lewis Stephens as they prevailed 2-1 over visitors Golcar United
remain top of Division One on goal difference after their 4-1 home win over Athersley Recreation
, Gavin Allott with three of their goals, to make it seven victories out of eight.
, though, stay snapping at their heels with a maximum return from their seven league games so far as they bounced back from conceding two early goals to win 5-2 at home to Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
, Silas Valladolid-Collins with a hat-trick, two from the penalty spot, for the Steelmen.
are up to third as they dramatically beat neighbours Horbury Town
4-3 at Belle Vue, Cameron Barnett with an injury-time winner after the visitors had drawn the game back level having trailed 3-0 at half-time.
A 6-1 home victory for Retford United
over close visitors Retford FC
sees the Badgers up into fourth with Mark West's first half hat-trick helping them to the bragging rights over their rivals.
were also triumphant in their derby as Joshua Devereux, Ashley Grayson and Joe Parkin netted in their 3-1 home win over Ollerton Town
to move themselves up into fifth place.
Max Rhodes' first half injury-time strike proved the winner as Dronfield Town
were 2-1 home victors against Armthorpe Welfare
who drop into bottom spot.
The remaining four Division One games ended all square with Alfie Usher scoring deep in stoppage time to grab a point for Brigg Town
in a 2-2 draw at Louth Town
There were late levellers by Thomas Lavin as Nostell Miners Welfare
drew 1-1 with visitors Glasshoughton Welfare
and by Luke Mitchell to rescue a point for Staveley Miners Welfare
at home to Clay Cross Town
by the same scoreline.
And, it finished goalless at Station View in the match between Harrogate Railway Athletic
and Yorkshire Amateur
Photo: Wakefield AFC's Jaydan Sandhu celebrates his side's last minute winner in Saturday's 4-3 home victory over neighbours Horbury Town in Toolstation NCEL Division One. (Picture: mm10_sports_photo)