Brigg Town Football Club gained a welcome away point with a 1-1 draw at Dronfield yesterday (Saturday, September 21).
Dronfield Town took an early lead but Tom Wilson soon levelled the scores.
Brigg are 16th in the 20-strong Toolstation Northern Counties East Division One, having taken six points from seven games.
It was not a good day for local sides belonging to the EC Surfacing Scunthorpe and District League.
Briggensians lost 8-0 when hosting College Wanderers in the first round of the Challenge Cup.
Barnetby United Reserves went down 3-2 in their Division Two home game against Limestone Rangers Reserves. See the match report below and action pictures from Lee Fielden.
RANGERS EDGE TIGHT CONTEST BY THE ODD GOAL IN FIVE
Barnetby Reserves' unbeaten start to the season was ended at Silver Street as Chris Thornton's 86th minute winner saw Limestone Rangers Reserves edge a tight encounter.
Limestone were the quickest to settle and had already had a good chance when Thornton got his first of the afternoon as he latched onto a through ball and rounded keeper Buckley to roll the ball home in only the 3rd minute.
Barnetby gradually started to get a foothold in the game and after Newell and Klawinski squandered great opportunities Dawid Kotwica played a great 1-2 with player manager Ben Clark to level matters up.
They then shot themselves in the foot as woeful marking from a corner allowed James Hewitt the freedom of the box and he smashed it home to restore Limestones lead.
The second half followed a similar pattern as both sides traded blows. Limestone had a goal disallowed for offside before Chris Bradley cut in from the left to drift a shot into the bottom right hand corner to level things for a second time.
The contest looked to be heading to a draw when a misjudgment by the Barnetby backline allowed Thornton to leave them in his wake and his confident finish sealed 3 points for the men from Willoughton.