LIVERSEDGE will be hoping to stay among the goals tomorrow night after hitting Goole for six at the weekend.

Sedge head to Northern Counties East League Premier Division promotion rivals Bridlington Town in buoyant mood after a 6-2 victory on the road in East Yorkshire.

Joe Walton claimed a hat-trick to take his tally to 18 league goals while Oliver Fearon is not far behind on 14 after bagging a brace.

Mark Simpson also weighed in with a goal as Sedge's win at Goole put them third in the table - two places and two points above tomorrow's opponents Bridlington, who have played a game more.

Brid needed an 86th-minute equaliser to earn a point at home to Silsden at the weekend in a 2-2 draw.

Danny Forrest's side headed to the seaside full of confidence after a 3-1 win at leaders Staveley in midweek.

And they extended their unbeaten run to five matches but were denied victory after twice being in front.

Jake Taylor-Mountford put the Cobbydalers in front from the spot in the first half after Laurence Surhaindo was fouled by the keeper.

Joe McFadyen levelled with another penalty in the second half but Surhaindo restored Silsden's lead after 80 minutes, only for Thomas Waudby to make it 2-2.

Thackley are also due back in action tomorrow night after a blank weekend as they travel to Knaresborough Town.

Brighouse Town are seventh in the Northern Premier League North West Division after a 1-0 win at bottom club Pickering Town.

Joe Jagger nodded in the winner with 12 minutes left after great play from Kurt Harris.

New signing Connor Wright from Stevenage made his Town debut from the bench.

All the district's other non-league clubs were frustrated by the weather as games were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.