Denaby Main are left to fly the flag for the Doncaster Senior League in the Sheffield & Hallamshire FA Challenge Cup following Saturday’s second round ties.
Main saw off the challenge of visiting Caribbean Sports (4-2) thanks to goals by Wayne McSeveney, Joe Dungworth, Jake Ford and Gary Adcock.
Local rivals Denaby United, who boast a one hundred per cent winning record in the league, slumped to a 5-0 home defeat against Hall Green United.
Rossington Main also lost interest in the competition following their 3-1 defeat at Sheffield Lane Top.
Hemsworth Town Terriers lost 5-0 at Stocksbridge Park Steels.
There was better news in the Junior Challenge Cup, as Scawthorpe Scorpions beat Hade Edge by the odd goal in five in their second round tie courtesy of goals by Torran Adams, Robert Hodgson and Luke Chambers.
Harworth Colliery cleared the first round hurdle in the Doncaster & District FA Challenge Cup thanks to a 3-2 win at Bawtry Town.
James Cooper, Daniel Bell and Steven Lindsay were the Colliery marksmen with David Allen and Craig Wrenn replying for Town.
Sutton Rovers (David Allen, own goal) lost out by the odd goal in five at home to Hemsworth MW (Karl Roberts, Lee Carrington and James Gillespie) in one of only two Premier Division games to be played.
Goals by Daniel Massey and Tom Clarke secured Yorkshire Main a 2-1 win over South Elmsall United, for whom Robert Iveson replied.
Dunscroft United suffered a 4-3 defeat against visiting Swinton Athletic in their Division One clash.
Mark Clare hit a double for Swinton with Ricky Parker and Matt Owen also chipping in. United replied through Carl Grant, Richard Sands and Daniel Smith.
Ryan White scored a double hat trick in FC Central’s 7-0 win over Bentley Pumas.
Lee Hayes completed the rout.
Westwoodside Rangers, unable to raise a side to visit Ackworth United, have resigned from the league.
Secretary Kevin Blow said. “It is with a heavy heart I have had to do this because I have a core of lads that are committed to trying to make it work, but getting let down week after week there comes a time when enough is enough.”