Albion Sports moved to the top of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division with a single-goal victory at Golcar United in midweek.
Lewis Waddington's strike for the Lions in the 56th minute helped his side leapfrog Silsden AFC and Campion, who were without a game, to the summit whilst Thackley
, Frickley Athletic
and Rossington Main
all missed out on a chance to close in on the early leaders.
Thackley were beaten 5-2 at home by Goole AFC
, Liam Flanagan's double added to by one each from Ben Gelder, Callum Petch and Alex Washington in a priceless victory for the visiting Vikings who climb off the foot of the table.
Frickley remain two points behind Thackley in sixth after a Brandon Murillo own goal and a Danny Buttle penalty condemned them to a 2-0 loss at Hallam
who climb to ninth.
James Walshaw's brace, along with a goal from Donae Lawrence, saw Rossington fall to a 3-0 home defeat at the hands of Emley AFC
, leaving Main in seventh whilst the Pewits climb to twelfth.
And, in the last of the Tuesday top flight games, Jason Davis' quickfire double towards the end of the game saw Garforth Town
prevail 2-0 at home to Penistone Church
Meanwhile, Wednesday night's match between Maltby Main
and Tadcaster Albon
was abandoned goalless after fifteen minutes due to floodlight failure.
In Division One, Nostell Miners Welfare
remain in second spot, three points off leaders Wombwell Town, after they were beaten 3-0 at home by Shirebrook Town
who jump into fifth.
Kieren Watson grabbed two of the away side's goals whilst Ashley Grayson also got on the scoresheet as the Derbyshire outfit continue their surge up the table.
Alexander Knaggs scored twice in Beverley Town
's 2-1 home victory over Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
to keep his side in third spot, closing the gap to the summit to five points.
It was a remarkable match that saw Beverley reduced to ten men after just fifteen seconds due to the sending off of James Piercy, thought to be the fastest dismissal in NCEL history.
There was a hat-trick for Lewis McCaskill as Retford United
swept visitors Swallownest
aside in a 7-0 win to climb to fourth, Mark West adding a couple with one each for Spencer Clarke and Owen Fieldsend.
The Badgers' neighbours also had a comfortable win, as Retford FC
defeated hosts Yorkshire Amateur
6-0 with Liam Frost's opening double added to by Liam Bennett, Haydn Goddard, Kenan McKenzie-Gray and Aaron Sennett-Neilson.
are overtaken by Shirebrook after they suffered their first league defeat of the season and drop to sixth, a Kieran Perry brace and a Jordan Smith strike ensuring a 3-1 victory for visitors Louth Town
with Liam Royles grabbing a consolation for the defeated Steelmen.
remain behind Parkgate in seventh, but now only on goal difference, after their 1-1 home draw with Athersley Recreation
, a late own goal coming to their rescue after the visitors had taken a twelfth minute lead through Oliver McQuillin.
Penalties from Alex Clark and Henry Gardner, and goals from Luca Bolino and Owen Dunkley, secured Harrogate Railway Athletic
a 4-2 home win over Glasshoughton Welfare
and the Rail are up to eighth.
William Whitehead scored both of Clay Cross Town
's goals in their 2-1 victory Armthorpe Welfare
whilst there was a 3-3 draw between hosts Dronfield Town
and Brigg Town
, James Lindores with an 82nd minute equaliser for the home side.
First-half goals from Joel Ward and Kian Tansley secured a 2-1 home win for Staveley Miners Welfare
over Ollerton Town
with Ewan Birch getting a late consolation for the visitors.
And, Horbury Town
were 4-1 home victors against Selby Town
as James Cusworth scored twice to help his team move up to sixteenth in the table.