A four-goal frenzy for Rio Topham and hat-tricks for Eddie Crapper, Ben Kingham and Ben Henderson saw Chesterfield Town U13s (Sheffield) progress into the next round of the County Cup.
Louis Cottrell and Christian Beaumont also scored as the U13s beat Clowne Comets by a mammoth 15-0 scoreline.
Town U15s (Rowsley) triumphed over Ripley by a massive 10-2. Scorers were Joe Clarke (2), Liam Jepson, Jamie Sharman and hat-tricks for both Ethan Lawtknoswi and Adam Rogers.
Despite horrific weather conditions Town U11s (Mansfield) defeated visitors AFC Mansfield 4-1. Goal scorers were Will Foot (2), Tyler Elliott and Brady Brown.
Chesterfield Town U12s Whites (Sheffield) came from behind to win Redmires Rangers 3-2. Harry Thompson, James Sadler and man of the match Owen Parker got the goals for the U12s.
Town’s U18s (Mansfield) side travelled to Newark and came back with a 2-1 victory over Farndon Colts.
George Hilditch and an own goal secured the three points for the travelling Chesterfield contingent.
The U16s (Rowsley) lost in the third round of the County Cup to Hoyland 4-1. Danny Bagshaw was Town’s only scorer with man of the match honours going to Ryan Blacklaws.
And the U12s Juniors (Sheffield) lost 1-0 at home to Nether Green.
Brampton Rovers U18s maintained their good form running out 4-0 winners away at Wingerworth JSA Kestrels on a very wet and muddy pitch.
Josh Adams (2), Asley Hollis and Tom Davis got the goals for Brampton.
Whilst Brimwood Utd JFC U11s lost 11-0 against Juventus JFC. Man of the match was Leighton Jennings-Milner.
And Wirksworth Colts U16s were edged out 3-2 against table topping Ilkeston Town U16s in the Derby City League Cup Quarter-Final.
Billy Morley and Kyle Hadfield with Colts’ goals.
There were differing fortunes for Ripley Rangers teams with two wins and two defeats to report.
A 3-2 over Alfreton Black Socks for the Girls U18s with two goals from Hollie Derbyshire and one from Emily Gillot. The U13s beat Wirksworth 4-3, Callum Warman (2) David Murray and Dylan Goodall with the goals.
The losses were suffered by the Boys U18s who recovered from 8-0 down at half-time to end up losing 10-0 to Mickleover RBL in a cup tie and the U9s who lost 3-1 to Littleover with Harry Scothern supplying the Ripley goal.