PICKERING Town's Billy Logan, re-signed days before facing 12th-placed visitors Liversedge, salvaged a point with a 90th-minute goal in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League premier division.

A brace from Rhys Davies, who added a 46th-minute goal to a 30th-minute penalty, put Sedge on top, but the fourth-placed Pikes fought back via a spot-kick from Ryan Blott in the 53rd minute, although he was later dismissed, and fellow striker Logan.

Logan, who had scored four goals this season for the Seadogs, has recently found first-team opportunities limited there.

The former Pike left to join his home-town club during the middle of last season, when he netted nine times in a truncated campaign.

Logan, who also played for the Pikes under Mitch Cook in 2014-15, scoring 20 times, said before his latest debut for the Pikes: "I'm just looking forward to getting back on the pitch playing football.

"It's been a frustrating couple of weeks not getting a lot of game time, but hopefully I can hit the ground running and help Pickering to promotion."

Assistant manager Denny Ingram said prophetically: "This is a massive signing at a vital time of the season.

"Billy will definitely bring goals to the team. That will hopefully be the difference from now till the end of season.

"We are in a good position and signing Billy is a massive boost to an already very strong squad. Now we need to kick on and let our football do the talking."

Meanwhile the Pikes have also signed another former player in Tom Claisse from Yorkshire Amateur.

Former Handsworth Parramore, Tadcaster Albion and Ossett Albion player Claisse, who is also captain of the RAF team, is a midfielder who sits just in front of the defence and reads the game very well.

A good passer as well as a tough tackler, Claisse said on social media: "Delighted to re-join Pickering Town as the club has a great family environment and the people here are brilliant – all the volunteers and club officials etc.

"Easy decision also as the Gaffer and Denny understand my situation with my job in the Royal Air Force as I've played under them before.

"Looking forward to getting stuck in to the clubs aim of winning the league and will give everything to try help make that happen."

Harrogate Railway Athletic, who are 20th in the premier division, lost 6-1 at Rainworth Miners' Welfare to braces from Kyle Jordan, Charlie Dawes and Nathan Modest, conceding four goals in the last 16 minutes.

Steve Bargh had earlier made it 1-1.

In Toolstation division one, leaders Knaresborough Town beat fifth-placed visitors Selby Town 2-1.

Stephen Bromley had given the hosts the lead in the 28th minute, with Joe Dale equalising four minutes later before Dan Thirkell got the winner from the spot in the 51st minute.

Meanwhile, Harrogate Town are up to second in Vanarama National League North after a 3-0 victory over basement boys North Ferriby United.

Terry Kennedy finished Joe Leesley's corner in the 32nd minute to break the deadlock, and George Thomson made it 2-0 in the 53rd minute before Leesley converted Simon Ainge's knock-down to ensure maximum points on 67 minutes.

Ainge was later shown a straight red card for an incident with Jake Picton, who had fouled the attacker.

In Evo-Stik division one north, Scarborough Athletic lost 3-1 at Hyde United, with Nathan Curtis getting the 84th-minute consolation.