TADCASTER Albion were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Ramsbottom United in BetVictor Northern Premier League north/west division.

The eighth-placed Brewers led 2-0 at the break, but were pegged back in the second half by their Ings Lane visitors.

Lebrun Mbeka gave Paul Quinn’s side the lead on 28 minutes and Donald Chimalilo added a second on the stroke of half-time.

However, fifth-placed United pulled a goal back through Richard Baker five minutes into the second half and Daniel Naidole levelled with 12 minutes remaining.

Ten-man Pickering Town lost 1-0 at Prescot Cables, with their resistance ended six minutes from time as Reece McNally got the winner for the hosts.

In the first half, the Pikes went close to a goal when captain Niall Tilsley's header came back off a post.

On 57 minutes, Joel Dixon was red-carded and Prescot awarded a penalty, which keeper Harrison Foulkes superbly kept out.

In the premier division, there was another victory for former York City defender Darren Kelly and his Scarborough Athletic side.

They won 3-2 at Gainsborough Trinity with goals from James Walshaw, Isaac Assenso and Connor Thomson.

Selby Town’s first Toolstation Northern Counties East League outing since October 22 ended in a 5-0 division one defeat at home to North Ferriby.

The Robins, who played one game in November in the FA Vase, trailed 2-0 at half-time to a 15th-minute Tom Corner goal and a penalty from Danny Emmerton, after Selby defender Ali Ann had been red-carded.

James Piercy struck twice in four minutes after the break, netting on 54 and 58 minutes, before Corner rounded off the scoring on 70 minutes.

On Wednesday, eight-placed Selby travel to fifth-placed Armthorpe Welfare (7.45pm) as they look to make up ground on their rivals.