TADCASTER Albion maintained the status quo at the top of the Northern Counties East League premier division with a 4-0 win at Bridlington Town.

Title rivals Barton Town Old Boys and Brighouse Town both won - 6-0 at Glasshoughton and 2-0 at Nostell respectively - to keep the Brewers seven points clear at the top.

Riiki Paylor's own goal gave Albion the perfect start on ten minutes and two goals in two minutes before half-time from Carl Stewart and Calum Ward put the visitors in command.

Danny Critchlow added the fourth in the last minute.

Sam Calvert scored 11 minutes from time to clinch three points for Pickering Town at home to Parkgate.

Josh Greening put the Pikes in front on six minutes and although Michael Jones levelled on 74 minutes, Calvert conjured the winner.

Jamie Wilstrop bagged a hat-trick for Selby Town in their 4-3 victory over Bottesford Town in division one.

The Robins led 2-0 thanks to Wilstrop goals on 20 minutes and 36 minutes, and he completed his treble nine minutes after the break.

Nathan Kamara made it 4-0 on 57 minutes and the Flaxley Road hosts then staved off a Bottesford comeback as the visitors scored three times in the last 20 minutes.

Knaresborough Town were 4-0 winners at Appleby Frodingham.

Ashley Worsfold struck four minutes from time to snatch a 1-1 draw for Harrogate Town at home to Gainsborough Trinity in Conference North.

The Wetherby Roaders had fallen behind on the stroke of half-time.

Dan Thirkell's 11th minute goal was enough to earn Harrogate Railway Athletic a 1-0 win at Prescot Cables in Evo-Stik League division one north.

In division one south, Scarborough Athletic lost 3-0 at Halesowen Town with one-time York City target Iyseden Christie among the home side's marksmen.