Selby Town returned to winning ways with a 2-1 win over high-flying neighbours Goole in the Northern Counties East League premier division at Flaxley Road, writes Tony Curtis.

After a tight start to the game the visitors took the lead when a defensive slip allowed Eastwood to score after 20 minutes.

Selby were level after 28 minutes when good work from former York City defender Marc Thompson and Kris Baxter put Andy Cygan through and he calmly lobbed the ball over Hood.

The winning goal came five minutes later minutes when Cygan raced on to a long ball and rolled it past the advancing goalkeeper.

Goole put some pressure on in the closing stages but the Selby defence were solid and were well marshalled by skipper Dominic Moyles.

Goole finished the game with ten men when Flint was sent off after receiving his second yellow card in the 88th minute.

Harrogate Railway went down to a 3-0 defeat against Arnold Town in the NCEL premier division as their hectic end-of-season run-in starts to take its toll.

Updated: 10:26 Wednesday, April 16, 2003