A MITCHELL Wain strike and an own goal secured Sutton Rovers the win 2-0 at South Kirkby Colliery A which assured them of the runners-up spot the Doncaster Senior League Premier Division.
Doncaster Deaf pipped Edlington Town 5-4 in a nine-goal thriller.
Mark Sinclair notched a hat-trick for Deaf with Brian Bell and Jan Creswell also finding the net.
Michael Brown (2), Craig Dyson and Adam Francis, replied for Town.
Newly-crowned champions, AFC Sportsman Rovers went down 2-1 at South Kirkby Colliery A in midweek.
Dean Sherratt scored the Sportsman consolation goal.
Andrew Kime scored twice as Adwick Park Rangers A beat Maltby MW 5-2 in midweek.
Sean Burton, Ryan Chesters and Gareth Phillipson also chipped in with goals in their nap hand.
Adwick Park Rangers then dished out a 5-2 beating to Doncaster Deaf 5-2 on Saturday.
Gary Hodgson and Kime both hitting a double and Chesters also netted.
There was a 6-1 victory for Kinsley Boys over Bawtry Town, for whom Steve Donowan replied.
Goals by Danny Womack and Alan Taylor gave South Kirkby Colliery A a 2-1 win over Bawtry Town.
Jack Burton scored the Bawtry consolation.
Goals by Craig Dyson (2) and Chris Colley failed to save Edlington from 4-3 defeat at home to Maltby MW.
Carcroft Village are the new Division One champions despite losing 5-3 at FC Tavern in midweek.
Chris Myers, Darren Brown, Geoffrey Smith, Brett Thomas and Mark Benson all scored for Tavern.
Shaun Mundy scored a hat-trick for Carcroft and still finished on the losing side.
Village finished in style, however, with a 3-1 win at Edlington Rangers.
Kieran Bridges, Mundy and Michael Astbury shared out the Carcroft goals with Lee Hesketh scoring the Rangers’ consolation.
A 6-0 midweek success at ISG Doncaster raised Bramley Sunnyside hopes of finishing runners-up.
Matthew Brunyee notched a hat trick for Bramley with John Donnolly, Liam Miree and Marc Trowill doubling the tally.
But they were dashed at the weekend as they crashed to a surprise 4-2 defeat at ‘wooden spoonists’ Adwick Park Rangers B.
Rivals Hatfield Main (Craig Robson) drew 1-1 at Travellers FC (Kevin McEwen) being the respective marksmen.
A 5-4 victory over Hemsworth Town saw FC Tavern climb into fourth spot.
Darren Brown scored four times for Tavern with Chris Myers getting their other goal. ISG Doncaster came out on top 5-4 against Travellers FC, S Ostrowski (2), B Prusak, T Solwinski and D Stanoch being their scorers.
Craig Hobson (2), Ricky Gaskell and Mark Lakasewicz replied for Travellers.