Maltby Main’s new boss Mick Norbury made it a winning star with a 3-1 victory at Lincoln Moorlands Railway. It was their first win since the opening day of the season and ended a run of nine defeats in league and cup.
Two goals early in the second half from Cusworth and Sam Forster put Maltby in control. And although Francis Harkin pulled one back, Matt Bradley sealed the points with the third.
Parkgate are still searching for their first home league win following a goalless stalemate against Glasshoughton Welfare. The Steelmenare without a win since the opening day.
Staveley are without a win in five away after slumping to a 6-2 defeat at free scoring Pickering Town, who have now won the last two on the spin hitting 13 goals in the process.
Jordan Turner twice cancelled out Pickering’s lead as Staveley went in level at 2-2 at the interval only for the hosts to run in four more goals after the break.
Ten-man Armthorpe Welfare were no match for Bridlington Town as the visitors eased to a 3-0 victory at Church Street. Armthorpe also had Jonathan Mirfin sent-of for retaliation following an elbow by an opponent that went unpunished.
Craig Fisher came to Retford United’a rescue with an 86th minute equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Heanor Townt.
Dinnington Town slumped to the bottom of Division One with an eighth straight defeat as Selby Town left Phoenix Park with a 2-0 victory.
Hallam are without a league win in six following a 2-0 defeat at Shirebrook Town just a week after the hosts knocked the Countrymen out of the FA Vase. Former Hallam player Aaron Moxam was among the goals.
Dronfield Town picked up their first home point from a 1-1 draw against Clipstone. Town looked to be heading for a fourth straight defeat at Stonelow Road until Callum Mawbey’s stoppage time equaliser rescued a point.
Rossington Main went down to a 6-1 defeat at Pontefract Collieries where Jonathan Cook’s second half penaltywas a consolation.
AFC Emley bounced back from three success defeats to win 2-1 at Teversal. Liam Schofield curled in a fine free kick to give the visitors a ninth minute lead and although Teversal levelled debutant Adam Todd popped up with the winner seven minutes from time.
In Sunday’s FA Cup tie Worksop Parramore went out beaten 3-1 by Cammell Laird at Sandy Lane.
The visitors led 1-0 at the break before running in two more in the second half leaving Lee Whittington’s stoppage time goal nor more than a consolation effort.