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After going two goals down, Grosmont came back to lead Lingdale 3-2 before conceding a late penalty which meant both sides shared the points with a 3-3 draw.

Lingdale broke away and Steve Welford hit a ball over the top for Billy Cattermole to run from the half-way line and open the scoring. Peter Gibson then denied Victor Hicks when he was played through by John Ward before Lingdale scored their second.

Dave Brown won the ball and played Woodhall in to score.

Grosmont pulled a goal back immediately after the restart when John Libbey played Trevor Leech through and he rounded Gibson to score. Grosmont were now well on top, Hicks and Libbey both had chances. On 75 minutes, Libbey was rewarded for his non-stop running when Hicks' header was blocked by Gibson and Libbey knocked home the loose ball.

Five minutes later Duane Jeffery put Grosmont in front when he hit a screamer from 30 yards and Gibson could only get fingertips to it.

Gibson then denied Duncan Raw at the edge of the area before Cattermole saw Tom Smeaton smother his effort. With five minutes left Lingdale were awarded a penalty when Dean Winter was brought down and Woodhall dispatched the penalty.

Grosmont still had late chances but Hicks could not keep his header down and Raw fired a free-kick wide.

Gary Hood scored with a header form a Danny Sleeman corner to put Boosbeck in front in their 3-1 win at home to Great Ayton. Colin Murray levelled before the interval as Boosbeck appealed for offside but in the second period Shane Breckon was brought down in the penalty area after Ian Brown had played him through, and Breckon despatched the spot kick. Paul Chisman then pulled off two good saves to deny Ayton before Breckon got his 40th league goal of the season to wrap up the win.

With Goldsborough's pitch being off limits due to the foot-and-mouth precautions, the Goldsborough-Redcar Mackinlay Park game was switched to Whitby with an evening kick off. However, neither side could contend with the hard surface and eventually both sides settled for a share of the points with goal-scoring chances were at a premium.

A poor game was marred by an injury suffered by Highland Laddie's Keith Hare in the opening five minutes. John Barnard netted the only goal winner in the closing minutes to give Loftus all three points.

Mark Johnson gave Huntsman a first half lead at Hinderwell, with Tim Kendall and John Kirkwood getting second half goals to seal a 3-0 victory.

Ben Platt put Lealholm ahead in their game 2-0 win over Anchor who could have equalised when Rob Whitwell misplaced his backpass.

But he made amends by getting back to head the resulting shot off his own line. Simon Shipton wrapped things up with his goal after 75 minutes.

Loftus YC led Grangetown through a Gary Brundle goal after three minutes when he shot home from just outside the penalty area but that was the only goal they scored as they went on to concede two.

Grangetown pressed but could not find a breakthrough until the hour mark when Gary Skelton forced the ball home with the hosts appealing for hand ball.

Skelton came up with the winner with ten minutes remaining when he got his head to a cross from Michael Meggison and the ball looped over the stranded goalkeeper.

Staithes bounced back from last week's defeat to overcome Brotton 4-0 in a poor game. Glenn Smith from the penalty spot, Lee Gibson (2) and a Neil Reed header saw off their visitors.