Joel Taylor netted four times as Chesterfield Town U10 Whites saw off Shirebrook Rangers Red 7-0. Other scorers were Max Hartshon, George Byrne and Kieron Hinchley.
Town U15s defeated Old Whittington 4-3 in their final game of the season.
Scorers were Andy Owen, Matthew Woodhouse, Thomas Palmer while the winner was a well-placed header from Peter Baker.
Man of the match was Matthew Barge.
Town U13 girls beat Buxton 8-0. On target were Ellie Dunn 2, Megan Weston, Abbie Barlow 2,Emily Stevenson and Leigh Worsdale 2. Player of the match was Georgina Wilby.
Todd Mallender scored a hat-trick as Town U13s Sheffield won 4-0 at Stocksbridge Park Steels. Danny Hubbard scored the other goal with match awards going to Liam Bucknall Corey Dixon.
Town U13s Rowsley went down 4-2 against Hasland Community Eagles. Brandon O’Neill and Masood Farooq scored Town’s goals and Robbie Walters was man of the match.
Town U12s lost 4-2 against Darfield. On target were Jake Lees and Danny Bagshaw.
Town U11s saw off Treeton Terriers 5-0. If the team wins its final two games and other results go their way, they could finish in fourth place.
Town U11s drew 3-3 with ASADC. Marksmen were Chad Martin, Joe Rogers and Stephen Bright. Match awards went to Chad and Joe.
Town U10s defeated Wingerworth 8-1 in the third round of the Knock Out Cup. Scorers were Thomas Weaver 3, Lewis Smith 2, Taylor Mcleish, Ethan Smith and James Hinchley.
Town U10s brushed aside Walesby 5-1. On target were Jamie Sharman 2, Luke Rawson, Joshua Devereux and Bradley Saint.
Town U9 ambushed Robin Hood to win 5-1. Scorers were Joe Millward 2, Ryan Mills, Rio Topham and Sam Goodban. Man of the match was Luke Spragg .
Town U9s returned from Whiston Wildcates with a 5-0 triumph.
Scorers were Finn Oakley, Joe Bramley, Alex Bradbury, Luke Waller and Ryan Mills.
Somersall Blues U14s defeated Kirkby 6-5.
Man of the match Jake Grisdale led the way with a hat-trick while the other scorers were Ty Douthwaite and Miles Taylor.
Hasland girls U15 with only nine available players, defeated current champions New Mills 3-1. Two goals from top striker Emma Gibbions, which took her tally to 32, and one from Chelsea Vardy earned Hasland the victory.
An under strength Hasland U16 entertained league leaders Matlock Aztecs and lost 2-0.
Brimwood United U13s lost 2-1 against Skegby Colts Reds. The goal came from Kieren Brown while the man of the match was Aaron Black
Brimwood U14s were defeated 4-2 by Birley Spa. On target were Jake Levers and Oliver Thomas.
Brimwood U15s drew 2-2 with Tansley. Targetmen were Chris Ward and Danny Masters while the match award winner was Jamie Ross.
Brampton Rovers Under 15s enjoyed an emphatic 7-0 win over Sheffield Uinted Junior Blades. Josef Schroeter 2, Shane Catherall 2, Jordan Styring 2 and Samuel Lavelle shared the goals with the man of the match awards going to Josef Schroeter, Joe Poulton and Callum Featherstone.
Brampton U10s defeated Sheffield Rangers and Crosspool. In the 3-2 verdict over Rangers, scorers were Jamie Sharman 2 and William Kershaw. They also defeated Crosspool 5-1. Scorers were Jamie Sharman 2, Albie White, Nathan Shaw and Callum Spencer.
Brampton U11s went down 3-2 away to Ecclesall Rangers.
Brampton U12s Rowsley beat Barlborough 6-2. Scorers were man of the match Danny Knightley 2, Corburn Thompson, Chris Allen, Jacob Benson and Joe Harrison.
Brampton U14 girls had a hard-fought 1 -0 win away at league leaders Dronfield Town.
Libby Hallam scored the only goal of the game with Danielle Smitheman being named player of the match.
Handley Wood U9s slipped up 18-4 against Crosspool. Goals came from man of the match Caleb Fletcher 2, Jude Sutton and Josh Booth.
Handley U10s played top of the table Woodman finishing on the wrong end of a 3-1 scoreline. Scorer was Daniel Riley while man of the match was Mehdi Khalifa
Handley U12s drew 1-1 with Worksop. Man of the match was goal scorer Jack Matthews
Handley U13s returned from Redferns empty handed losing 3-0. Man of the match was Daniel Dreelan.
Handley U15s entertained table toppers Middlewood Rovers and in a tight game lost by the odd goal 2-3. Scorer was Greg Fitzpatrick with both while the match award went to Josh Fields.