Jack Bradbury's 80th minute winner secured Grimsby Borough three points that moved the Wilderness Boys up into third in the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division in midweek.
Their home match with Penistone Church
was tied at 2-2 going into the latter stages after Borough's two goal first-half advantage, courtesy of Liam Higton and James Dean-Atkinson, had been cancelled out in the second period by Cameron Simpson and Jordan Coduri.
The victory saw Daniel Barrett's side leapfrog their opponents who drop to fifth behind Hemsworth Miners Welfare who stay fourth by virtue of goals scored.
have climbed into the top six with a 2-0 victory at AFC Mansfield
, Ashley Flynn's opener just before the interval was added to by Fernando Moke's 69th minute strike to condemn the Bulls to a defeat that leaves them in the bottom three.
The Ammers go above Bridlington Town
who lost a remarkable game at home to Garforth Town
that ended with the visitors taking away the points courtesy of a 5-4 win.
It was 3-3 at half-time with Garforth taking the lead in the second minute through Sean Hunter before quickly finding themselves 2-1 down thanks to a Joe McFadyen brace, the first from the penalty spot.
Sam Barker and Charlie Marshall then netted to restore the away side's lead but Josh Greening made sure the scores were level at half-time with his goal on 41 minutes.
Marshall got his second and Garforth's fourth early in the second period and Mark Simpson made it 5-3 on 63 but the Seasiders refused to lie down and got back within one of their opponents with McFadyen's hat-trick completed with another spot kick as the game veered towards stoppage time.
The Miners held on, however, for three points that moves them up into tenth spot.
remain above them in and are up into ninth after Marcel Chigumira's fourth-minute strike earned the Lions a single-goal victory at home to Maltby Main
Antony Brown and Eli Hey scored for Eccleshill United
, sandwiching Kristian Hargreaves' goal on 49 for visiting side Thackley
, to claim a 2-1 home win that sees the Eagles soar to twelfth.
catapulted out of the bottom four as two goals from Laurence Surhaindo, after Marko Basic's opener and surrounding an Aidan Kirby penalty, saw them win 4-2 at Knaresborough Town
, Andrew Cooper netting both of the home side's goals.
In Division One, second-placed Campion
missed out on a chance to move level on points with table-toppers Skegness Town as they went down 3-0 at Glasshoughton Welfare
, Joshua Vamplew, Ashley Bell and Mark Ferguson with the goals that help Glasshoughton out of the bottom three.
narrowed the gap, however, in third spot but needed goals in the last six minutes from Liam Flanagan and Casey Stewart to come from behind and claim a 3-2 win at Retford FC
who led through an Adam Scott brace after Christopher Jackson had earlier broken the deadlock for the Robins on 16 minutes.
Maximillian Dungworth scored two as Ollerton Town
move up to eleventh with a 5-0 win at Brigg Town
, Lewis Bingham, Conor Higginson and Sean Dickinson also getting on the scoresheet for Dave Winter's side.
And, a couple of penalties for Kieran Hirst helped Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
defeat visitors Rossington Main
, Ashley Emmett and Samuel Race with their other goals whilst Niall Doran and Tyla Bell scored for Main.
and Goole AFC
bowed out of their respective county cups with Handsworth beaten 1-0 by Swinton Athletic in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup whilst the Vikings went down 3-1 in the West Riding County Cup at Tadcaster Albion, their goal coming from Niah Payne.
And, Bottesford Town
officially unveiled their new floodlights with a friendly against a strong Scunthorpe United U23s side that won 5-2.