Four teams battled it out for two cups on finals day in the Napit Sunday leagues in front of a large crowds at the home of Clay Cross Town.
In the morning game, Woodside lifted the Ace Sports Chatsworth Cup as they beat New Inn Newton 2-1.
While in the ACL Hutson Cup, played in the afternoon, Gary Beckett, Carl Germany and Danny Stokes fired Fidlers Rest to a 3-0 win over North Wingfield MW.
Hasland FC kept their hopes of a treble alive after the were crowned Division One champions with a 2-0 win over Britannia.
The title added to their earlier Derbyshire Sunday Cup success, which means if they can beat Brampton Rovers in the final of the Dey and Co Alma Cup they will have secured a memorable sweep of the trophies. The final takes place at the Proact Stadium on Friday, May 17 (7pm KO).
Also in Division One, Creswell Seniors drew 0-0 with Hollingwood.
Killamarsh Juniors clinched the Division Two title on a dramatic last day. Previously unbeaten Clowne Wanderers provided the opposition, going into the game leading the table.
It was they who should have gone ahead early in the game but they squandered a gilt-edged opportunity when they missed an easy chance followed by another glaring miss shortly afterwards.
They did make the breakthrough moments later, however, when they were awarded a free kick just outside the Juniors’ penalty area from which Anthony Rowley eventually forced the ball home.
Parity was restored in the opening minute of the second half when Montel Kamara scored and a second goal from Mathew Edge put Juniors ahead. The game almost had a twist in the tale however as Wanderers forced three corners in the last couple of minutes, but once again their finishing let them down.
Division Three champions AFC Walton were beaten in their final game 4-2 by Brickmakers.
Dronfield Woodhouse drew 1-1 with Pilsley in Division Four, Morton scoring for Woodhouse, Cave for Pilsley.
In Division Six, Brimington Club were beaten 3-1 by Clowne Wanderers Reserves, while in Division Eight, Grassmoor Sports Reserves shared the points with Miners and Diners as they drew 1-1.