Whitehead brace steers Hemsworth into quarters

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DENABY United missed out on a place in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Junior Challenge Cup final after going down 1-0 at home to fellow Doncaster Senior League rivals Shafton Villa.

First Division Hemsworth MW booked their place in the quarter-finals of the DDFA Challenge Cup when overcoming Premier Division opposition Swinton Station Athletic 5-0.

John Whitehead grabbed a brace with Danny Rollin, Steve Brown and Neil Pickersgill completing the tally.

Premier Division leaders Rossington Main suffered a shock 2-1 defeat at home to Brodsworth Welfare (own goal, Daniel Smith).

Sutton Rovers moved to within two points of the leaders with a 3-2 win over South Elmsall United.

Gareth Davies, Danny Bell and Luke Chambers all found the net for Rovers with Karl Slack and James Shakespeare replying.

Goals by Jamie Greenwood, Damon Anderson, Sam Weston, and a double from Jack Burton, gave Bawtry Town a well-earned 5-0 win over visiting Carcroft Village.

Hatfield Main collected all three points from a 4-1 victory at AFC Sportsman Rovers with strikes from Ryan Davies, Kevin McEwen, Kevin Lynch and Gary Eades. Ryan Doherty claimed the Rovers’ consolation.

Kyle Lacey was on the mark for Hemsworth Town in their 1-1 draw with South Kirkby Colliery.

Kinsley Boys were 2-1 winners over Bramley Sunnyside. Joshua Appleton and Nash Connolly netted for Kinsley and Ian Donnelly for Sunnyside.

Goals by Brian Dickinson, Michael Smith and Danny Ferguson earned Scawthorpe & Bentley Rhinos a 3-1 Division One win over Highwayman (Emmanuel Bockarie).

Strikes from Mariusz Kocinski and Marek Szeszol were not enough for ISG Doncaster as they went down 3-2 to Dunscroft United.

South Kirkby Town returned 3-0 winners from their trip to Woodlands Rhinos.

Bawtry Town Reserves drew 1-1 with Ackworth United. Dale Lattimore on target for Town and Pablo Garcia-Ochoa levelling for United.

Brad Atherton, Mark Barkham and an own goal gave Sun FC a 3-2 win over Askern Athletic, for whom Jordan Gill and Jake Holdsworth netted.