There was plenty of movement in the Toolstation NCEL standings after a full programme of matches on Saturday but wins for Yorkshire Amateur and Winterton Rangers mean they still top the Premier Division and Division One, respectively.
Two goals each from the league's top scorer Ashley Flynn and Callum Charlton helped the Ammers to a 5-3 win at Liversedge
with Fernando Moke also getting on the scoresheet as they came from behind on three occasions to home goals by Brandon Kane, Thomas Brook and Rhys Davies.
started the day in second spot but lost ground on the leaders as they were held 0-0 at home by Bottesford Town
and they fall to third whilst their visitors drop to seventh.
leapfrog Knaresborough after their 4-2 home victory over Athersley Recreation
, a Sam Scrivens double added to by goals from Kieran Ryan and Nathan Keightley.
The top five is now completed by Bridlington Town
and Handsworth Parramore
who both picked up wins on their own patch.
Fraser Papprill, Jake Day and Joe McFadyen scored as the Seasiders defeated Hemsworth Miners Welfare
3-0 to jump above their opponents in the standings whilst the Amber Parras notched up a 3-1 defeat of Garforth Town
thanks to Bradley Nicholson, Oliver Fearon and Joshua Hemmingway.
The bottom two sides met at the Victoria Pleasure Grounds and ultimately nothing could separate them as hosts Goole AFC
shared four goals with Harrogate Railway Athletic
The visitors led twice, with goals from Adam Turner at the beginning of each half, but the Vikings levelled firstly through Daniel Barrett on eight minutes and then late on through James Allan to ensure a point apiece.
remain just outside the relegation places after Alhassane Keita and Ombeni Ruhanduka condemned them to a 2-0 home loss to Albion Sports
whilst a goalless draw with visitors Maltby Main
keeps Hall Road Rangers
And, there were 1-0 home victories for Barton Town
and Worksop Town
with Matthew Plummer's injury-time strike snatching a win for the Swans at Eccleshill United
and Steven Woolley's 76th-minute strike proving enough for Worksop at Staveley Miners Welfare
In Division One, Winterton maintain a three point cushion over second-placed Campion
as Elliot Broughton secured them a tight single-goal victory at home to next-to-bottom Harworth Colliery
Campion, meanwhile, were 4-2 winners over visitors Nostell Miners Welfare
in what was a second versus third clash that saw the away side twice lead through Jack Owen and Kane Reece.
But, the hosts were ahead by the interval thanks to a Robbie Graham penalty and goals from Calum Ward and Leon Hurles-Brook before making sure of the points with their fourth in second-half stoppage time from Daniel Cunningham.
There was a hat-trick for Marc Cooper as Grimsby Borough
climb above Nostell into third with a 3-3 home draw over Hallam
, Tom Wilson's opener added to by a Kieran Watson double for the visitors in a game that saw three sendings off, one for Borough and two for Hallam.
Gracjan Klimczak's brace helped Glasshoughton Welfare
to a 3-0 home defeat of Shirebrook Town
that moves them up into fifth spot, Hallam are sixth and Selby Town
are seventh after they won 3-2 at East Yorkshire Carnegie
Ryan Woodhead, Liam Flanagan and Samuel Cable had the Robins 3-0 before the hosts almost completed a comeback with goals in the last half-hour from Daniel Walker and Jamie Reeson.
At the other end of the table, Skegness Town
moved out of the bottom three as they won 3-2 at basement side FC Bolsover
who are still awaiting their first points of the season, William Britton's 69th minute strike proving decisive for the visitors.
's fourth consecutive league win sees them up to fourteenth after Brandon Bagley and Bruno Holden claimed a 2-0 home win over Rossington Main
, the Steelmen moving above Swallownest
and Ollerton Town
who played out a 2-2 draw at Rotherham Road.
Gavin King scored both of Ollerton's goals, the second his fiftieth for the North Nottinghamshire club.
Elsewhere, Shane Hamilton netted twice in the opening two minutes but AFC Emley
were pegged back for a 2-2 draw at Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
and a Luke Williams brace helped Armthorpe Welfare
to a 4-1 home victory over Dronfield Town
Meanwhile, there was County Cup joy on Wednesday for both Staveley Miners Welfare
and Selby Town
in the only two matches played in midweek.
Joe Pugh struck five times for Staveley as they beat visitors High Green Villa 8-0 with Jahmal Riley, Matthew Parkin and Conner Williamson also netting in their Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup Second Round tie.
And, Selby were penalty shoot-out winners in their West Riding County Cup Second Round encounter with Huddersfield Town U23s that was played at Liversedge.
Liam Flanagan and Samuel Cable's second-half strikes claimed a 2-2 draw with the Robins then progressing 5-4 on spot kicks.
Photo: East Yorkshire Carnegie's Samuel Foster finds himself closely marshalled by two Selby Town players during his side's 3-2 home defeat on Saturday. (Picture: Darren Thompson)