Toolstation NCEL Division One
Ten man Worsbrough Bridge had to settle for a point after a surrendering a two-goal lead in the controversial 2-2 draw with Hallam at Park Road.
Lee Morris’ Worsbrough led 2-0 at half-time thanks to an own goal and a fine goal from youngster Calan Rollinson, who found space on the right to open the chance the score.
However, it was not to be for Worsbrough. Two quick-fire goals from Jake Currie (penalty) and Oliver Beaumont drew Hallam level.
A further Hallam penalty was saved by Worsbrough goalkeeper Josh Diggles. Bridge also had to cope without Scott Batty, who saw red, for the final throes.
Thomas Hogg’s second half goal earned Armthorpe Welfare a point at home to AFC Emley.
Yorkshire Amateur fought back from 2-0 down, but were beaten 3-2 at Shirebrook Town.
Harrison Blakey and Ash Flynn were on target for the Ammers.