Goals from Nico DeGirolamo and substitute Charlie Dawes secured the points for Britannia.
Doe Lea had Lee Clay score twice and Craig Purcell earn them a 3-0 win over Clowne Wanderers.
TWO leaders Butchers Arms beat Britannia Tupton 4-2. Joe Robb, Aiden Barker (2) and Dan Shelbourne scoring for Butchers with Callum Gill and Billy Brooks netting for Tupton.
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A tight game between Hollingwood Athletic and Crown Killamarsh saw goals from Shane McKay and Kieran Taylor get Crown home, winning 2-1.
THREE leaders Mutton trounced Newbold CFT 11-0. Josh Brown, Aiden Ordidge, Tom Suter and Liam Waller all scored twice and Dan Harper, Josh Scully and Oliver Wingfield a goal apiece.
Rangers ran out 4-3 winners at Dronfield, Ryan Brown scoring twice, Robbie Higginbottom and Nathan Melbourne once.
Just one game took place in FOUR due to the Chatsworth Cup and it was 3-2 win for Apollo at Espial, Craig Marples scoring twice for Espial, Josh Wood, Jordan Humphrey and an Ethan Marsh free-kick winning the game for Apollo.
In FIVE Newbold CFT Youth lost 2-1 at home to Carr Vale, while Brampton Rovers won 7-2 over Walkers Wanderers in SIX.
Brampton Gas Bar and Bites beat Renishaw MW 2-0 in the Alma Cup, Joseph Bayne and Ashley Churchill on target.
In the Chatsworth Cup, HKL FOUR leaders Green Utd beat Hasland Community 2-1, while Brimington beat John Pye 3-2 with Jacob Dawes, Jordan Parsons and Steve Orwin scoring.
Bottom of HKL SIX AFC Creswell faced a Contact Club just one point off the top of FOUR and a hat-trick from Charlie Hawkins plus a fourth from Brad Leather saw Contact home.
Royal Oak Whitwell and Spartans Reserves drew 1-1 before Royal Oak went through on penalties, while Bolsover Town Reserves of HKL SIX side dumped FOUR strugglers Derbyshire Peaks out by beating them 4-1, Josh Nicholls with a hat-trick and Sam Jackson the other.