Jordan Burrow put York in front, but Connor Oliver converted a penalty to make it all square, making it four away matches unbeaten. 

A couple of days before, Gateshead and James were beaten 3-0 at home to Farsley Celtic. 

Elsewhere in National League North, Tyrone O'Neill featured twice for Darlington in the space of two days as they faced Altrincham and Bradford Park Avenue. 

The Quakers rescued a late point against Altrincham on Saturday through an Adam Campbell free kick, cancelling out Jordan Hulme's opener. 

O'Neill went close with a few opportunities, but he was unable to add to his tally for Darlington. He came off the bench on Bank Holiday Monday at home to Bradford Park Avenue, but the Quakers were beaten by a Ben Hedley second half goal, and Stephen Thompson missed a penalty late on. 

Sam Stubbs continued in place at the heart of defence for Hamilton Academical, who were beaten at home 3-1 to Motherwell. 

Peter Hartley and Liam Donnelly from the penalty spot put the visitors ahead, with Jamie Hamilton sent off for Hamilton. 

Ross Cunningham halved the deficit for Hamilton having successfully converted a penalty, but Motherwell chalked up their first victory of the campaign when Chris Long scored in the second half. 

Zach Hemming, who joined Hartlepool United on loan until the end of December last week, wasn't involved for the National League side's two fixtures over the Bank Holiday, who played out a stalemate at Chorley on Saturday and defeated Wrexham 4-2 at home on Monday.