SELBY Town scored three late goals to climb one place to sixth in Toolstation Northern Counties East League Division One.

They were drawing 1-1 at Dronfield Town, with Charlie Clamp having put the visitors ahead in the 32nd minute, before netting three times in 14 minutes.

Goals by Brett Lucas in the 77th and 90th minutes were sandwiched by an 82nd-minute effort by Nick Kennedy in a 4-1 win.

Knaresborough Town, who remain as leaders, beat FC Bolsover 4-0, courtesy of Brad Walker and a second-half Colin Heath hat-trick, which included a penalty.

Lowly Harrogate Railway Athletic went down 3-0 at Hemsworth Miners’ Welfare in the Premier Division.

In the preliminary round of the Buildbase FA Trophy, Scarborough Athletic lost 5-2 at home to Evo-Stik League Division One North leaders South Shields.

The Seadogs’ goals came from a deflected 30-yard free-kick from Michael Coulson and, just before half-time, a skimmer from Luke Dean to make it 4-2.

Max Wright headed against the bar and Dean shot against it but the visitors were worthy winners in front of a crowd of 1,338.

Meanwhile, Harrogate Town stretched their lead at the top of Vanarama National League North to three points after they won 2-1 at the Tameside Stadium against Curzon Ashton as second-placed Salford City were surprisingly being beaten 3-2 at home by Leamington.

Joe Leesley’s ninth goal of the season gave Town the lead after ten minutes in front of a decent crowd of just over 500.

Curzon hit back with a superb strike from Chris Rowney in the 25th minute, but the visitors, despite decent possession, had to wait until the 87th minute for Mitch Curry’s winner.