Dronfield Town Saturday Seniors went to the top of the table after winning at second place Yorkshire Main.
Town were down to ten men early in the first half after keeper Nick Siddons was sent off but regrouped and with goals from Aidan Ashton and Mark Hemsley rallied superbly to win the game 2-1.
The Saturday Seniors Reserves beat Heanor Town Reserves 9-0.dominating the game from start to finish with fast flowing football. Cal Mawbey and Scott Austin both with hat tricks and one each from Chaz Bradwell, Ritchie Marples and the versatile but very effective Jamie Willis.
The Over 35s completely overpowered The Nags winning 14-0. Dale Thurnham with five, four from Russell Cawthorne, doubles from Trevor Fox and PaulMcDermott and one from Shaun Gavaghan.
An understrength U21s drew their top of their table game against Mosborough 1-1. A brave battling performance with stand in keeper Richard Hirst saving a last minute penalty for Town after regular keeper Danny Costello was carried off injured. The influential George Colley with the Town goal.
The U18s drew 1-1 with Nether Green. George Talbot for Town.
Goals from Arron Gordon and Zuzu Tshuma were enough for the Under 16’s in a 2-1 win over Ecclesall Rangers.
The U15’s beat Chapeltown Athletic 6-0 with a three goal blitz in eight minutes at the end of the first killing off the opposition. Michael Chitty with a hat-trick and singles from Jamie Schofield, Gregg Towers and Charles Sidney.
Despite a debut goal from Daniel Hubbard the Under 14’s were beaten 2-1 by Chapeltown Athletic.
The U13s were outstanding in their 3-1 win over SUJB. Jamie Jenkinson with two and one from Jak Moss.
Despite a valiant team effort and being 0-0 at half time thanks to some superb goalkeeping from Tom Farmer and solid defending from William Thomas the under 12’s went down 5-1 to Rawmarsh St Joseph. Christopher Redfern with Town’s goal.
The U10s produced a superb perfomance to beat high flying Whiston Wildcats 3-2. Nathan Clarke with two and one from George Washbourne.
The U9s claimed a point by drawing 3-3 with Whiston Wildcats. Alfie Milnes made some fine saves before Edward Shaw and Gabriel Gisborne gave Town the advantage. Cameron Millward added the third but Town were unable to hold on for the three points.