Brodsworth Welfare failed to end their final Abacus Lighting Central Midlands League North Division campaign on a winning note.
Welfare, who will play under the AFC Bentley banner next season following a dispute with their landlords, lost 3-0 at home to Ollerton Town, whose victory confirmed their runners-up spot.
Askern, who won 2-0 at Thorne Colliery 48 hours earlier, routed newly-crowned champions Glapwell 7-0 in midweek thanks to a hat trick by Leigh Hutchinson and doubles by Shaun Mundy and Michael Attard.
Harworth Colliery ended what has been a disappointing campaign with a 4-1 win at lowly Welbeck Welfare,
n FC Graceholme look to be favourites to land the Doncaster Rovers Senior League Premier Division title.
The Edlington side moved level on points with leaders Sutton Rovers, who have one game less to play, after dishing out a 3-0 beating.
Armthorpe Markham Main beat South Elmsall United Services by the odd goal in three.
Rossington Main had also beaten them 3-2 in midweek.
Askern need just one point from their last two games to claim the Division One title following their 3-2 win over visiting Bridon.
Denaby United Academy, who beat their hosts by the same score in the recent Division One Cup final, lost 5-1 at Hemsworth Elite in their final game of the season and dropped from top to third.
Hemsworth’s victory saw them claim top spot.
Askern beat Balby Recreational 6-2 in midweek thanks to a brace by Alexander Irwin and single strikes by Ben Hodgson, Cracjan Klimczak, Mark Szsezol and Robert Lendzioszek.