A LATE goal from Jake Hibbs earned Bradford (Park Avenue) a deserved point against Hereford FC at the Horsfall Stadium this weekend.

With their first attempt, the Bulls broke the deadlock as George Forsyth’s deflected strike flew past Johnny Saltmer from distance. But, with full-time approaching, Hibbs tapped home a cross from Jordan Windass to equalise.

Elsewhere, Guiseley gained their first point of the season in a match that was as drab as the Tameside weather.

Curzon Ashton took the lead just before the break but the away side levelled due to a fortuitous own goal.

For the fourth consecutive Saturday, Thackley were at the ‘Thank You Key Workers Stadium’ for the league game against Garforth Town.

However, it wasn't a great day for the hosts- losing by a 4-0 scoreline for the second game running, with James Burgess, Sam Leach, Charlie Marshall and Joe Colley all getting on the scoresheet.

Eccleshill United faced off with Charnock Richard in the FA Cup second Preliminary Round on Saturday but they could only get a 1-1 draw.

Luke Aldridge scored late on to rescue Eccleshill something from the game. The tie will now go to a second leg, which will be played tomorrow in Chorley, (7:45 pm) ko.

Elsewhere, Albion Sports produced a stunning comeback to overturn a 3-1 deficit and win 4-3 away at Athersley Recreation.

Albion were 3-1 down going into the final 15 minutes of the game however three goals in 13 minutes ensured an eye-catching turn around.

Jaydan Sandhu struck the winner two minutes from time.

Steeton staged a second-half fightback to earn a 1-1 draw at home to fellow strugglers St Helens Town in the North West Counties Division One North on Saturday.

Silsden edged Penistone Church 2-0 away from home and Campion suffered last minute heartbreak as they went out to ten man Prescot in the second Preliminary Round of the FA Cup.

Carney levelled for Campion before the dreaded late winner came for Prescot.

And finally, Liversedge thrashed Knaresborough Town 5-0 on Saturday with goals coming from Paul Walker (3'), Joe Walton (33'), Alfie Raw (38'), Spencer Harris (49') and Nicholas Walker (88').