LIVERSEDGE turned round a 2-1 half-time deficit to come out on top against Barton Town (2-4).
An Alfie Raw double, one from the penalty spot, rocked the game in the visitors’ favour after the break.
Barton had taken the lead inside just four minutes but Paul Walker levelled things for Sedge on 35 minutes.
They looked to be going into half-time on level terms, but the hosts re-took the lead just before the whistle.
Then two Raw goals and a fourth from Jack Hardacre in the 89th minute put the game to bed for the visitors.
Liversedge now sit fifth in the NCEL Premier Division and host ninth-placed Garforth Town at Clayborn tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm) before another home tie against Yorkshire Amateur (Tuesday, 7.45pm).