Hasland set up Senior Cup showdown with Brittania

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Hasland Devonshire set up an all Chesterfield and District Sunday Football League clash in the Senior Sunday Cup Final with a 2-1 win over Springfield.

Devonshire won the competition in 2013 and 2014 and will take on FC Britannia in the final looking to lift the reputable cup for a third successive season.

Britannia overcame Sinfin City the previous week and went three points clear a the top of Division One this time around after a 5-3 win over Eckington Boys.

Danny Fields, Will Harcourt, Callum Lytham, Lee Walton and Nathan Whitehead were on target for Britannia who have a lot to play for in the coming weeks.

They began the day level on points with Renishaw MW who were in action at Hepthorne Lane where the hosts produced an excellent performance to beat them 2-0.

Woodthorpe Inn moved to the top of Division Two as they thrashed Westend Killamarsh and leapfrogged AFC Bolsover, who slipped to a 3-1 loss at Grassmoor Sports.

Carl Whitford and Oliver Shelton caused Westend massive problems as they hit three and two goals respectively in the victory, Craig Henshaw and Ellis Wall completing their misery.

As for Bolsover the loss at Grassmoor was only their second of the season as Rob Holland, Liam Moore and Lee Naughton’s goals steered them to victory. At the other end of the table Red Lion Whit Moor’s 3-1 defeat to Black Swan was their fourteenth defeat of the season. Callum Gill, Richard Lawson and Jack Newman inflicting the damage.

Cresswell Black Diamond Reserves continue to set the pace in Division Three with Whitt B hot in pursuit. Diamond took on Pilsley Community and goals from David Hall, Daniel Jackson and Stacey Malerek beat them to keep their side three points clear of New Whitt who just shaded a close game at Hollingwood Athletic 3-2, Gareth Hannaby, Dan Locke and Jack Yeomans the match winners.

Division Four leaders Newbold suffered a rare defeat at the hands of third placed New Inn Tupton, who beat them 5-2 with Max Minshull scoring the winners in what was a superb result for the club.

That defeat means Newbold’s lead is cut to five points with second-placed Chesterfield Arms taking advantage of their defeat by recording a 2-0 win over Crown Killamarsh, Ashley Crowther and Mark Woods on target for Arms.

The title race has heated up in Division Five as Brimington Utd took advantage of leaders Holmehall’s inactivity to move level with them on points by winning 2-0 at Renishaw Rangers, Chris Marshall and Darren Parkinson the scorers.

Meanwhile a ten-goal game at Brimwood Utd saw the hosts score seven of them to subdue Spartans, Kyle Perrins registering a treble for them.

Second-placed Fidlers Rest were big winners in Division Six as they put six past Gardeners Clay Cross who replied with two goals of their own. Danny Stokes scored twice in a win that moves them to within four points of leaders Brampton Rovers Reserves who were held to a 2-2 draw by Furnace Hill Hurricanes, Elliott Crowder and Charlie Scattergood scoring for Rovers, Neil Hollingworth and Keith Parkes, likewise for Furnace Hill.

Brimington Utd Shoes have one hand on the title in Division Seven as a 6-3 win over Brimington Club extended their lead to 14 points.