BRADFORD-based Tyersal leapfrogged Bay Athletic to gain top spot in the West Riding County Amateur League.
Defending champions Bay lost 2-1 to `bogey team' Brighouse Town, while Tyersal edged out Golcar United 4-3 to move top of the Premier Division.
And there was almost disappointment all round for Huddersfield's top-flight teams but Storthes Hall drew 1-1 at Hall Green United.
Hall had the advantage of the wind during the first half and they used it to good effect with Tom Fleming and Michael Tunnacliffe going close.
Hall took the lead on 24 minutes when Tunnacliffe's corner was headed in at the near post by Peter Jowett and, just before the break, Richard Bray fed Chris Margis and his lob appeared to be going in until goalkeeper Neil May appeared from nowhere to tip it over the bar.
The visitors almost doubled their tally from the restart but Margis's shot just flashed wide.
But Hall Green played themselves in strong contention during the second half and equalised on 67 minutes when keeper Liam Garside struggled to clutch a high cross and, when the ball was played back in, Danny Empsall volleyed home.
At Syngenta, Brighouse created good first-half chances against Bay who had to be grateful to Graham McLachlan to keep them in it.
While Bay created only two good chances, Marcus Mitchell made one of them count when he went through on goal and his well-placed shot rolled into the bottom left corner from 18 yards on 40 minutes.
Matthew Whiteley equalised for Brighouse on 70 minutes, side-footing home an inswinging free-kick from close range.
Both teams raised their game in the final 15 minutes and Brighouse stole the points on 89 minutes when Emile De-Marco capitalised on a ball which ran through the defence to tap in from three yards.
In Bradford, Tyersal and Golcar were tied 1-1 at the break but the Colne Valley outfit eventually lost out 4-3 as Tyersal went three points clear from Bay at the top, despite playing a game more.
On target for Golcar were Liam Rothery, Paul Cartwright and Leigh Holmes.
* AFC Emley's recent winning run came to an end at Hall Road United in the Northern Counties East League Division I.
An own goal on 80 minutes gave the home team a win they scarcely deserved.
Emley came under early pressure but the defence stood firm and deservedly went in at half time level.
The second period saw Hall Green continue to pressure the Emley defence which held out until injuries to Paul Robinson and Richard Hirst destroyed their shape and, with 10 minutes left, a harmless ball into the area was turned into his own net by Wallace.
Emley's next game is away at unbeaten Winterton Rangers on Saturday (3.00).