Campion returned to the top of Division One whilst Premier Division leaders Yorkshire Amateur saw their 100% record end in another goal-packed midweek of Toolstation NCEL action.
But, the Ammers were just seconds away from making it six wins out of six as they led 1-0 at home to Maltby Main
, thanks to Ross Killock's goal on the hour, until an injury-time penalty converted by Johnathan Williams meant it was a point apiece at the Southerns Stadium.
climbed up to second and third, respectively, after victories moved them to within four points of the summit.
Jamie Barkway netted on six minutes as Garforth defeated visitors Barton Town
by a single goal whilst Sedge were 4-0 winners at bottom side Athersley Recreation
with all of their goals coming in the opening 31 minutes.
Joseph Gaughan's opener was added to by a Joe Walton brace and Oliver Fearon completed the scoring in a whirlwind first half-hour for Jonathan Rimmington's men.
leapt up to eighth, behind Maltby on goal difference, courtesy of a 2-1 home win over Eccleshill United
, Chandler Gibson and Oscar Radford scoring at either end of the match before Jonathan Irving grabbed a stoppage time consolation for the Eagles.
Daniel Facey's early strike and a second-half penalty for Andrew Cooper saw Albion Sports
prevail by the same scoreline against visitors Penistone Church
who had equalised through Kieran Ryan, a win that sees the Lions climb up to ninth.
remained next-to-bottom but will have been delighted to have picked up their first points of the season with a 4-1 home defeat of Thackley
The Poachers were 2-0 up by the break thanks to Ben Johnson and Dayle Hutson before Hashlee Cranidge added a third on 53, Daniel Broadbent pulled one back late on and Cranidge's second poured water on Thackley's fightback.
Despite letting a three-goal lead slip, Silsden AFC
took all three points in an enthralling home clash with Knaresborough Town
that moved them up into thirteenth.
Leon Hurles-Brook, Christopher Wademan and Shaun Airey had seemingly put the hosts out of sight by the interval but Knaresborough rallied in the second period and drew level through Bradley Walker, Calum Ward and Jack Carr.
Hurles-Brook, however, popped up with his second on 86 minutes to claim a 4-3 win for the Cobbydalers.
An Andrew McCreadie brace helped Campion to a 4-1 win that sees them regain top spot in Division One, one point ahead of Emley AFC, with Aidan Kirby and Patrick Sykes also adding to their tally after they had fallen behind to an opener from Callum Graves for their visitors Swallownest
There were also midweek victories for Hallam
, Rossington Main
and Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
with Christopher Wood scoring a brace in Hallam's 4-2 triumph at Hall Road Rangers
Jordan Buckham also netted twice for Rossington as they beat visitors Glasshoughton Welfare
4-1, and Luke Francis hit a quickfire first half double for Worsbrough as they dispatched Skegness Town
3-0 at Park Road.
And, two late goals from Jack Johnson rescued a point for Retford FC
in a match that hosts Dronfield Town
had led 2-0, through a Callum Mawbey strike and a Mark Fereday penalty, until the 84th minute.