DONCASTER Sunday Alliance League Division One leaders Tank dropped their first points after being held to a 3-3 draw at FC Gatehouse.
Paul Griffin, Dave Richards and Jonathan Oliver all netted for Gateshouse.
Three Horseshoes United, now up to second, closed the gap on the leaders with a 7-3 win over bottom club Wadworth Sports. Rachwal Sebastion scored all three Wadworth goals.
Skellow Rangers dropped a place to to third after being held to a 2-2 draw by mid-table Armthorpe Albion.
Leger Lions lost 4-2 at Auckley - James Baskerville, Tom Doherty, Daniel Lovell and Peter Shirley all netting.
Rosehill Press (James Stacey, Ryan Ambler, Blake Wilson) drew level on points with South Kirby Reds after posting a 3-1 win over them.
Carcroft Village (Darren Fiedor) lost top spot in Division Two after crashing 4-1 at mid-table Hatfield Town (Andrew Mallinder 2, Damon Potter, Keiran Sanderson).
Rossington United (Scott Henderson) took over at the top on goal difference following their 1-0 derby win over title rivals Rossington Legion.
Bessacarr climbed into third place on goal difference after romping to an 8-3 win at mid-table Maltings.
Campsall remain in the frame despite being held to a 4-4 draw at home to Three Horseshoes United Old Boys (Chris Leven 2, Joe Yates, David Flowitt).
FC Cumberland (Karl Blanchard) edged a 1-0 win over Hatfield Woodhouse.
White Hart Colts (Brett Morton) and Armthorpe Village (Martin Walker) battled out a 1-1 draw.
Willaspoons, who have a game in hand, held on to top spot in Division Three with a resounding 11-2 win over Bailey’s.
Daniel Smith grabbed four goals with Jonathan Lupton (3) Lee Dixon (2) and Billy Kirkham (2) sharing out the rest. Thomas Hall scored both Bailey’s consolation goals.
Shane Zlobinski grabbed Harvester’s goal in the 3-1 defeat at Hesley.
The Sun (James Bytheway) lost 3-1 at home to Walton Wonderers,
Goals by Sean Thornton (3), Sam Weston, Demitry Fedotov (2), Rob Burton and Richard McGowan secured the Vault an 8-2 win at Balby Rec.
A Barry Goodwin hat-trick laid the foundations for New Mallard’s 4-2 win at Balby Rovers. Jason Key also netted.
Crown Hotel won 4-2 at FC Ivanhoe on the back of goals by Gareth Davies, Kyle Embury, David Paul and Andrew Darville.