In a miserably wet end to the season, a handful of Division One games were started and even fewer were completed.
Champions Parkhead smashed their way to 292-6, and Sheffield Civil Service had reached 30-0 in their reply before the match was abandoned.
Second placed Holmesfield hit 230-3, with yet another centurion, this time Will Hellewell hitting113, as Jimmy Pearson failed - making ‘only’ 50!
Stocksbridge ended on 103-9. The rain meant that Apperknowle couldn’t play, so could not overhaul University Staff - and therefore Apperknowle lose their top flight status, along with Ashford.
Only one game survived in Division Two. Baslow made 102-7, which Hallam III chased down successfully, winning by six wickets (Z Hassan 47).
This means that Hallam just pip Hathersage to slide into the second promotion spot, behind champions Totley Sports. At the foot of the table, University Staff II and Grindleford go down - Grindleford’s second successive relegation.
Sheffield Medics are the champions of Division Three. They compiled 186-2 declared in the gloom at HSBC, and promptly bowled out relegated Whittington Wanderers for just 57.
The win put the seal on a fine campaign as nearest rivals Bakewell went down to defeat against De La Salle II. Second placed Bakewell were dismissed for 122, with Salle gaining a three wicket win and divisional safety for another year.
Joining Whittington in Division Four are Walkley as the rain meant they could not pass Stocksbridge II.
All the Division Four games fell victim to the weather, except Ridgeway at home to Sheffield Civil Service II, which was forfeited by the visitors.
TRS are promoted as champions and they are joined by Hallam IV. Relegated are Baslow II and Civil Service II.
Again all the games in Division Five fell victim to the rain except Woodhouse at home to Hundall II, which was this time forfeited by the home team.
Youlgrave Lodge gain a popular title win, and Apperknowle II are also promoted. Relegation was the fate for Telecom Sports II and Hundall II.
Chesterfield III are the champions of Division Six. They amassed 228-3 and bowled a valiant Buxton III out for 173.
Joining them in Division Five for 2015 are Hathersage II, who racked up 205-5 (J Bearn 77) and bowled out Hallam V for just 87.
Hathersage’s late season form just edged out Richmond from a promotion spot; the Graves Park-based side gaining maximum points from Apperknowle III forfeiture of their game.
Elsewhere, Chesterfield Barbarians III scored 160-8 and cruised to an easy win, bowling Transport II out for 58. The unwanted wooden spoon goes to Apperknowle III.