SELBY Town ended a three-game losing run with a 3-1 success at Hallam in Northern Counties East League division one.
Jamie Wilstrop gave the Robins a 19th minute lead, Daniel O'Connor made it 2-0 on 31 minutes and Ben Lock netted a minute before the break.
Hallam pulled a goal back through Liam Morris on 73 minutes.
Knaresborough Town were 4-1 winners at home to Dronfield Town.
George Eustance opened the scoring for the hosts on six minutes and a 33rd-minute Tom Carnall own goal gave them a 2-0 interval lead.
Eustance scored again four minutes after the break and, although Lewis Naylor pulled a goal back on 83 minutes, Edmore Marau rounded off the victory three minutes from time.
In the premier division, Tadcaster Albion kept hold of second place with a 2-1 home victory over third-placed Barton Town Old Boys.
Barton took the lead after only five minutes, but Carl Stewart levelled from the penalty spot before half-time.
Nick Thompson bagged the winner after good work from Mitch Hamilton.
Brighouse Town clinched the title with a 2-0 home victory over Retford United.
Pickering Town were held 1-1 at Thackley, under-19s debutant Ryan Woodhead's 75th minute goal cancelling out Matthew Mathers' 67th-minute strike for the hosts.
Harrogate Town let slip a 2-1 interval lead as they lost 3-2 at North Ferriby United in Conference North.
Town fell behind to a 22nd minute spot kick, but Ashley Worsfold levelled four minutes later and Anton Brown put Harrogate ahead on 37 minutes.
However, two goals in seven second half minutes swung the game back in the hosts' favour.
Harrogate Railway Athletic beat visitors Cammell Laird 4-1 in Evo-Stik League division one north.
Louie Swain scored on the stroke of half-time to break the deadlock and second half goals were added by Stephen Bromley, on 63 minutes, and Nathan Cartman and Fatlum Ibrahimi in the last ten minutes.
John Couch got the visitors on the scoresheet in the 85th minute.
In division one south, Scarborough won 2-0 at Gresley with second half goals by Andrew Milne and Jordan Thewlis.