CURTIS WOODHOUSE enjoyed a successful start as Tadcaster Albion manager with a 2-1 win over Trafford in BetVictor Northern Premier north west division.

The Brewers trailed to Jordan Johnson's 13th minute opener at Ings Lane, but Jacob Day levelled on 21 minutes and Jonathon Margetts struck the winner in the last minute.

Pickering Town opened the campaign with a 4-1 defeat at Workington, having been level at the interval.

David Symington put the home side ahead on 30 minutes, only for Daniel Davison to equalise for the Pikes within a minute.

However, the hosts scored second half goals through Bradley Hubbold, Symington and Ceiran Casson.

In the premier division, Scarborough Athletic's Jack Johnson grabbed an 89th minute goal to salvage a 1-1 home draw with Buxton, who had taken the lead on 81 minutes.

Selby Town top Northern Counties East League division one after a 5-1 win at Harrogate Railway Athletic.

Joshua Walker opened the scoring for the Robins on six minutes and they led 3-0 at the break after goals from Daniel Walker and Chris Jackson.

Walker netted again on 52 minutes and Alex Burton scored with six minutes remaining, before Joe Jagger got the Railway goal on 89 minutes.