SILSDEN went nap as they maintained their eight-point lead at the summit of the Hallmark Security League First Division with a 14th straight victory.

The Cobbydalers maintained their 100 per cent league record this term with a 5-1 home win over FC Oswestry Town as the Shropshire outfit dropped to 20th place, just above the drop zone.

The home side were two goals up by the break after Joe Gaughan had rounded the visiting keeper in the 16th minute before slotting in, and Kyle Hancock netted directly from a corner soon after the half-hour.

The strong winds affected the game but while Silsden made the most of that in the first half, the visitors couldn’t capitalise after the break.

Hancock bagged his brace with a thunderbolt into the top corner and Mark Trueman added a shot into the bottom corner as the Cobbydalers ended the game as contest with two goals in three minutes midway through the second half.

Gaughan claimed a double as he finished a good late move but there was still time for Oswestry to claim a last-minute consolation through Jack Harris.

Liversedge came back from a two-goal deficit at home against Penistone Church in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division to stay just ahead of the newly promoted side in the table.

With the game goalless, Sedge failed to convert a penalty, and the visitors took the lead two minutes later, with Brett Lovell scoring.

They doubled their advantage in the second half through Scott Whittington before goals from Joe Walton and Bradley Riley earned Sedge a point.

Albion Sports were also held to a draw but they moved back into the top half of the table after a goalless game at Bridlington Town.

Brid remain ninth, just three points better off than Kulwinder Sandhu’s men.

Top-tier rivals Thackley endured another bad day as they lost 2-0 at seventh-placed Rainworth Miners' Welfare.

Nathan Modest and Ross Goodwin were on target as the home side scored either side of the interval.

Campion lost 2-0 at home against Selby Town in Division One as the Robins leapfrogged James Bicknell’s side into fourth place.

Following a goalless first half, Joseph Dale broke the deadlock and Brett Lucas doubled Selby’s lead on the hour.

Eccleshill United stay sixth, immediately behind Campion, but are now just one point below with two games in hand after the Eagles romped to a 5-0 win at FC Bolsover.

There was a brace apiece for Luke Harrop and Jonny Irving before a late goal for Matt Mathers.