ACORN picked up only their third win of their Doncaster Sunday Alliance League Premier Division campaign, beating Adam & Eve by the odd goal in five.
Tom Padget, Craig Trewick and Ricky Temporal shared out the goals.
Newly-crowned Championship champions Canal Tavern, beaten 3-2 at Conisbrough Conyers, suffered their first defeat of the season. Kirk Frost claimed both goals.
Sprotbrough clinched second spot in style with a 11-0 rout of visiting Finningley Athletic.
Mark Richards bagged four of the goals with Tom McLaughlan weighing in with a hat-trick. Daniel Taylor 2, Richard Smith and Callum Smith also chipped in with goals.
Tumbler took over top spot in Division One on goal difference following their 8-1 romp at Three Horse Shoes.
Stag Inn, who cannot now win the title, dropped down to second after being held to a 3-3 draw by fourth-placed Hawthorn in their final game of the season.
Third-placed Hatfield Celtic kept their outside title hopes alive with an 8-4 win over Alverley Inn.
Wheatley Hotel (Callum Russell) grabbed a 1-0 win at Park Social.
A hat-trick by Simon Robertshaw helped Carpenters Arms clinch the Division Two title with a 3-1 win at Edlington Top Club.
Third-placed Grove Carvery, for whom James Smith, Jono Oliver and Ryan Malee netted, served up a 3-1 win at White Hart Colts (Mark Hatch).
Tank, who started level on points with the visitors, lost 3-2 against South Kirkby Colliery.