Despite COVID-19 claiming the entire UK professional football program and some non-League clashes, Scarborough Athletic and Whitby both got a game on Saturday.
Boro, whose manager Darren Kelly insisted they keep fighting for a playoff spot despite playing more games than clubs around them, won 1-0 at Basford.
The Nottinghamshire outfit is currently third, so it was a great win when James Walshaw's strike halfway through the first half proved convincing.
Whitby Town, meanwhile, came in from behind to tie Radcliffe's 2-2. The Lancastrians scored twice in the last five minutes of the first half, but Town rallied early in the second period. Jassem Sukar batted scoreless and Paul Blackett was awarded a penalty just before the hour.
On Tuesday, Scarborough hosts Marske in the North Riding Senior Cup, while Whitby visits another promotion candidate, FC United from Manchester, subject to a Northern Premier League meeting on Monday.
Bridlington Town matches have been suspended, as have been the case with all Toolstation Northern Counties East League clubs.
In rugby, Scarborough lost to Morley 20-17 at home, but Bridlington defeated Keighley 30-25.
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