THACKLEY were the only one of the Bradford area’s five top tier clubs to take a maximum in the Northern Counties East League as they won 2-1 at Maltby Main. The Dennyboys were above their hosts on goal difference only but a solid away win lifted Pat McGuire’s men into the top half.

Jack Boyle opened the scoring in the 18th minute and Thackley led until Maltby’s Joe Austin equalised just into the last 20 minutes, but the Dennyboys edged back in front minutes later, Simon Poole netting the winner.

Liversedge remain the highest of the local rivals but they tumbled to sixth after a 3-2 home defeat to Grimsby Borough. The visitors took the points in dramatic fashion as they leapfrogged Sedge.

James Petronzino’s penalty won it for Boro in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

Grimsby led at the break after James Dean-Atkinson had scored the only goal of the first half. Sedge were back in it after Alfie Raw’s 53rd minute equaliser, also from the penalty spot, and they were briefly ahead, Joe Walton adding a second.

But the visitors hit back within a minute, Jack Bradbury on target, before the late, late drama at Clayborn.

Eccleshill United were beaten 2-0 at Yorkshire Amateur, the home side scoring in each half. Fernando Moke broke the deadlock from a 10th-minute spot kick and Ash Flynn added a second to wrap it up midway through the second half.

Campion are still riding high in Division One after they blew visitors Hallam away, Mohammad Qasim netting a hat-trick in a 5-2 win.

The Red and Blacks were a goal up at the break after Jason Carney had netted but Hallam were level early in the second period, Tyler Bradley scoring, before Qasim hit the first of his treble.

Sam Smith equalised for Hallam with a penalty on the hour but the visitors were soon two goals behind as Qasim rattled in his second and third before Danny Facey completed the scoring.