SELBY Town returned to winning ways in Northern Counties East League division one with a 5-3 home win over Rossington Main.

The Robins had five different scorers as they ended a five-match losing run and retained seventh spot, ahead of Dronfield Town on goal difference.

On a very windy day at The Fairfax Plant Hire Stadium, Selby produced some of their best football since the opening match of this year, and took just seven minutes to open the scoring through Jordan Snodin, who met a Liam Flanagan cross to slam home.

Rossington were back on level terms midway through the half, with Iren Wilson rifling in after Joe Dale and Ali Ann had failed to make the most of chances, but a pair of quickfire goals reinstated Selby's advantage before the break. Josh Dacre netted his first goal for the club, four minutes before Dale slotted in from Louis Hutton's pass.

Sam Caygill pulled one back for Rossington eight minutes after half-time with a 30-yard effort but, again, Selby responded with two.

Just after the hour, Liam Flanagan made it 4-2 with a looping effort from a partially cleared Dale cross and slid in Fraser Hansen for the fifth before Alec Denton struck from range for Rossington.

Selby host Skegness Town tomorrow (7.45pm) in the League Cup third round.

Knaresborough Town are up to fifth in the premier division following a 3-1 win at Athersley Recreation while Harrogate Railway Athletic were thumped 8-0 at Penistone Church.

Ryan Blott was on target as Pickering Town held Evo-Stik League east division leaders Morpeth Town to a 1-1 draw at Mill Lane and premier division promotion-hopefuls Scarborough Athletic beat Stafford Rangers 4-1.

Harrogate Town beat Dover Athletic 3-2 in the National League thanks to a 92nd-minute George Thomson goal.