Sherwood Colliery's perfect start to their inaugural Toolstation NCEL Premier Division season began with a last-gasp victory at home to Maltby Main that means they return to the top of the table.
Gareth Curtis struck in stoppage time to claim a single-goal win at Debdale Park and it means a maximum fifteen points from the five games played so far by Wayne Savage's side.
They climb above Grimsby Borough
who were without a game whilst Silsden AFC
continued their excellent start to the campaign with a 2-0 success at Goole AFC
that moves them up into third.
Joe Jagger got both of the Cobbydalers' goals, in the nineteenth and 39th minutes, that sees them leapfrog Maltby who drop to fourth position.
and Winterton Rangers
complete the top six after away wins with Kane Reece and Mitchell Dunne netting for Handsworth at bottom side Athersley Recreation
The Rec remain without a point but showed some fighting spirit as Dane Shaw clawed a goal back for them but the 2-1 victory went to the away side.
Winterton, meanwhile, snatched a 3-2 win at Knaresborough Town
with Daniel Walker grabbing the winner in injury time for Rangers who had previously led through goals by Josh Walker and Ryan Thompson, only for Thomas Dugdale and Mark Simpson's penalty to twice restore parity for the hosts.
A 2-1 loss at Barton Town
sees Garforth Town
fall to seventh, Helmo Mendes da Cruz Silva with their goal sandwiched by a Curtis Bateson double that moves the Swans out of the bottom three.
Tomas Poole's brace, added to by goals from Charlie Oglesby and Declan Howe, gave Staveley Miners Welfare
a 4-0 win at ten-man Bottesford Town
and the Trojans are now eighth following their victory.
Alex Cusack's 83rd minute strike earned Eccleshill United
a 2-1 home win over Thackley
whilst Nathan Keightley got the only goal of the game, his first half stoppage time strike earning the points for Penistone Church
at Albion Sports
And, it was honours even at the Forest Town Arena, Jermaine Jatau's opener for AFC Mansfield
cancelled out by Callum Charlton as Emley AFC
and the Bulls played out a 1-1 draw.
Nostell Miners Welfare
and Brigg Town
both won to stay top of the Division One table, Nostell's 1-0 home victory over Rossington Main
, thanks to Brett Smith, keeping them ahead of the Zebras on goal difference.
Brigg were 4-0 victors at Teversal
who drop in to the basement following their defeat, Alfie Usher's double along with one each for Andrew Taylor and Leigh Hutchinson condemning their hosts to a sixth loss in seven games.
Liam Flanagan got both of Selby Town
's goals in their 2-0 home win over Swallownest
, moving the Robins up to third, whilst North Ferriby
and Armthorpe Welfare
closed the gap on the top six with convincing home victories.
There was a hat-trick for Thomas Corner as Ferriby were 6-0 victors over Harrogate Railway Athletic
, Daniel East, Danny Buttle and Jamie Forrester also netting for the Villagers.
Alex Varley also scored three as Armthorpe won 8-0 against FC Humber United
, Jack Mawson and Noel Burdett with a couple, and Adam Baskerville also got on the scoresheet against a Humber side that have conceded 38 in eight league games so far.
Aaron Gray bagged the winner in stoppage time for Glasshoughton Welfare
as they jump to eighth after their 2-1 defeat of visitors Dronfield Town
were 4-0 home winners over Retford FC
, Julian Lawrence with a couple of their goals in front of the midweek's biggest crowd of 412.
Rainworth Miners Welfare
beat neighbours Shirebrook Town
2-1 at Langwith Road, Richard Guest grabbing the winner for the visiting Wrens in the 72nd minute.
Gavin King was the matchwinner for Ollerton Town
as they beat visitors Parkgate
1-0 and an own goal in the 88th minute from Connor Wright saw Hall Road Rangers
claim all the points in a 3-2 victory at Clipstone
Photo: Gareth Curtis grabs a dramatic injury-time goal to snatch Sherwood Colliery a 1-0 home win over Maltby Main on Tuesday night, a victory that moves his side to the top of the Toolstation NCEL Premier Division. (Picture: Ryan Crockett Photography)