Dronfield Town Saturday Seniors had a 3-1 win at home against Hutton Cranswick, their seventh win on the trot and it came through second half goals from John Doran, John Perkins and a splendid 20-yard finish from Brett Gibbons.
Captain Richard Mintoft was tremendous at the heart of the defence as Town are starting to make an impression in the Central Midlands North Division.
Next week the team are at home entertaining league leaders Clipstone MW at Stonelow - kick offs are now 2pm - all support welcome.
Town Over 35s had a tremendous 3-1 cup victory over previously unbeaten high flying premier league Brinsworth Whitehall. Dale Thurnham, Paul Macdermott and an own goal with keeper Pat Williams the hero for Town.
Town U21s maintained their table topping run with a 3-2 win over fellow title challengers Greasborough. Danny Wood with two and one from Johnny Pugh.
Town U18s beat Abbey Lane from the division above in the cup by a fine 3–1 scoreline. Two for Steph Lantaur and one from Oliver Hall.
Town U16s beat SUJB 3-1. Zuzu Tshuma, Edgar Insingoma and Alex Spiesr for Town.
Town U14s beat Sunnyside United 4-2 thanks to goals from George Lawrence, Noah Staton, Joeseph Hibbert and Matthew Wragg.
Town U13s are now hitting top form, beating Wickersley 3-1. Jak Moss with a double and one from Luke Gregory with Tyler Cooper catching the eye.
Town U12s put in a spirited comeback but ran out of time narrowly going down 5-3 to Brinsworth Whitehall. New signing Tim Anderson with a double and one from the in form Luke Newell.
Corey Butcher-Simpson got the goal for the Town U10s in their 1-1 draw at Worksop Boys.
Town U9s had a comprehensive victory over Aston Swallownest with Gabriel Gisborne , James Denton , Kyran Cosgrove , Cameron Millward , Joe White , Edward Shaw , James Crossley , Lucas Parry, Daniel Brown, Josh Hole and Kristie Lewis all on target for Town
Town Ladies got back to winning way with a 5-1 win over Oxcroft. Jane Barnet, Jade Smith, Amy Taylor, Kerry Rosentahl and an own goal. Tanya Huff in great form for Town.
Tilly Ironside, Emily Pugh, Ellie May, Holly Beeby, Alex Fairhurst and Matilda Wilson all got on the score sheet as the Town U12s (Girls) beat Maltby 8-0. Cara Highfield in great form in defence.