Harrogate Town’s woes continued with a 2-0 defeat at struggling Gainsborough Trinity.
Simon Weaver’s men lost for the fifth straight game as Trinity scored two first-half goals to earn the victory.
Bradley Barraclough gave Gainsborough the lead after 26 minutes before Simon Russell scored a penalty 10 minutes later.
Michael Woods and the booked Craig Nelthorpe were both taken off at half-time by Weaver but Ashley Worsfold and Adam Nowakowski’s introduction failed to inspire a second half turnaround.
Meanwhile, Harrogate Railway exited the FA Trophy at the first hurdle as hosts Wakefield beat them 2-1.
Wakefield led 1-0 into the break before David Boardman doubled the tally.
Nathan Cartman scored his third goal in a week but the strike came too late for Railway to mount a comeback.
Carl Stewart scored for a third successive game as Tadcaster Albion drew 1-1 at second-placed Retford United in their NCEL top of the table clash.
The point dropped Paul Marshall adversity-defying squad into second after rivals Thackley beat Glasshoughton 3-0.
Knaresborough Town were unable to continue their impressive form from Tuesday night’s win at Pontefract Collieries, as Brian Davey’s men lost 1-0 at Selby Town.
Bardsey started their West Riding FA County Cup campaign in imperious style as they smashed seven past Otley Rovers, winning 7-1.
Wetherby Athletic also progressed to the second round beating Hunsworth 3-1.
Ripon City thrashed basement side Kippax 5-1 in the West Yorkshire League thanks to braces from Adam Robinson and Joe Knowlson.
But rivals Boroughbridge fell down 3-1 at league newcomers Hunslet Club