There were varying fortunes for the leaders of the Premier Division and Division One on what was a full programme of Toolstation NCEL fixtures on Saturday.Yorkshire Amateur
's advantage at the top of the Premier Division has been reduced to one point after their 2-1 defeat at Eccleshill United
Devonte Newman-Morton put the Ammers back on level terms on 69 minutes after Ryan Hargreaves had given the hosts a first half lead but Andrew Cooper quickly restored supremacy for the Eagles who climb up to seventh as a result of their victory.
Second-placed Penistone Church
closed the gap on the summit as a Sam Scrivens double and a Jordan Coduri strike helped them to a 3-1 home win over Garforth Town
after Alex Low put the visitors ahead in the 26th minute.
Hemsworth Miners Welfare
stay six points behind the Ammers in third after their 1-0 loss at Liversedge
, Kevy Tarangadzo's late winner securing the points for the hosts on an afternoon where Penistone were the only top six side to win.
There were 1-1 draws for Knaresborough Town
and Bridlington Town
who stay fourth and fifth, respectively, with Knaresborough denied a victory at Staveley Miners Welfare
by a last gasp equaliser from Michael Burke after Nicholas Black had given them the lead in first-half stoppage time.
Bridlington fell behind to an Fatlum Ibrahimi penalty at home to Harrogate Railway Athletic
but rescued a point in the 84th minute through Benn Lewis.
, meanwhile, stay sixth despite a 1-0 loss at Bottesford Town
, Wayne Graves' 20th minute decider moving the Poachers up into eighth.
In the battle to beat the drop, Goole AFC
stay in the basement but are now three points closer to safety after ending a nine-match losing streak with a 1-0 home victory over Albion Sports
Mohammed Hamid got the only goal of the game early in the second period that means they are only three points behind Hall Road Rangers
who stay just outside the relegation zone after their 4-3 loss at home to Thackley
In a match that was important to both sides, the scores were level at 1-1 at the interval before Rangers, thanks to a Daniel Earl double, raced into a 3-1 lead by the hour.
But, a rapid turnaround saw Thackley take the lead within nine minutes, Asa Mitchell's goal and a brace from Jack Normanton claiming a win that keeps the Dennyboys in the bottom four but now eight points away from the trapdoor.
Elsewhere, the Sandy Lane derby ended in a goalless draw between Handsworth Parramore
and Worksop Town
in front of the day's biggest crowd of 310 whilst a Lee Garside penalty secured a 1-0 home victory for Athersley Recreation
over Barton Town
The match of the day in Division One saw table-toppers Campion
at home to fellow title challengers Hallam
and it was the hosts who, with a 2-1 victory, took the points to extend their lead thanks to a late winner from Omar Habeeb.
Lee Bradshaw had broken the deadlock for Campion in the 39th minute before parity was restored early in the second half by Jack Waddle for the visitors who fall to sixth following their defeat.
Second-placed Winterton Rangers
are now four points off the top after they were beaten 3-0 at Dronfield Town
who climb to eighth, courtesy of Christian Savage's early opener and a double from Daniel Wood.
Daniel Trott netted twice for Grimsby Borough
with Jack Debnam also getting on the scoresheet in a 3-0 home win over Armthorpe Welfare
that keeps the Wilderness Boys in third but means they cut the gap to Campion to five points.
Nostell Miners Welfare
and Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
also strengthened their case for a title charge as wins move them up to fourth and fifth, respectively.
A Kai Hancock double helped Nostell to a 4-0 defeat of next-to-bottom hosts Harworth Colliery
whilst Worsbrough ended Parkgate
's recent run of victories, Kieran Hirst also claiming a brace in a 4-1 home victory.
and Shirebrook Town
gained a point apiece in the Langwith Road derby with tenants Bolsover grabbing a late equaliser from Cameron Hough in a 2-2 draw with their landlords.
There were 2-1 away wins for Rossington Main
and East Yorkshire Carnegie
with Jordan Buckham's 80th minute decider grabbing the points for Main at AFC Emley
whilst Ryan Williams scored Carnegie's vital second with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining at Swallownest
James Wroot got the only goal of the game for Skegness Town
as they beat visitors Selby Town
and Ollerton Town
came from behind to win 3-1 at home to Glasshoughton Welfare
with Aaron Sennett-Neilson, Alex Sennett and Gavin King all netting in a frantic nine-minute spell in the second half.
Photo: A battle for supremacy between Staveley Miners Welfare and Knaresborough Town in what ended up being a 1-1 draw at Inkersall Road in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division on Saturday. (Picture: Craig Dinsdale)