WITTON'S three-month-long unbeaten away re-cord came to an end in Yorkshire on Saturday.
Results elsewhere were kind and Albion remained in eighth position, however.
Farsley, who have lost fewer league games than any other UniBond side this season, were the better team but could not claim their victory until the 78th minute.
Danny Salt, restored to right back, was given a torrid time by Roy Stammer. Celtic's leading scorer Michael Midwood should have finished better from one of the winger's crosses and then Paul Gibson did well to tip a header from the same player over the bar.
Stammer, though, was guilty of missing two simple chances, skying the ball from virtually under the bar and then shooting across the face of goal.
All Albion had to offer by the way of attack in the first period was from a Darrell Dicken corner, who had replaced Gareth Evans after he'd damaged his foot making a challenge. The flag kick, though, saw Gary Furnival misjudge the flight and he headed wide.
Witton were desperately un-lucky three minutes after the restart when Dicken's corner saw defender Jonathan Dyson, under intense pressure from Moseley, send a header against the woodwork. Adam Foy saw two shots in quick succession blocked and Brian Pritchard sent a header from Dicken's free-kick straight at Morgan.
With 20 minutes left, Moseley was a midge away from getting his head to a Dicken cross.
Farsley were nothing like as effective in the second period but right-sided player Andy Watson was getting himself into some good positions. However, it still stunned the 50 away fans when Watson beat Dave Nolan before slipping a weak pass across goal with no-one from either side appearing to react. Eventually, substitute Mark Bett decided to swing his leg and the ball trickled into the net.
WITTON: Gibson; Salt, Pritchard, Furnival, Nolan (Yates 88); Foy, Evans (Dicken 19), Barlow, Stannard (Tickle 67); Moseley, Sargeson.
Att: 158 Star Man: Brian Pritchard - kept free-scoring Midwood quiet Next Best: Darrell Dicken Team Rating: 2 Match Rating: 3