SWANWICK Pentrich Road’s 3-1 home win over Willington saw the visitors deposed at the top of the Premier Division table.
Rich Jeffrey, Adam Gross and Carl Wilding scored the Swans goals which set Willington on the slide.
Taking over at the top are champions-elect Allenton United who despatched visitors Castle Donington Town 4-1 thanks to goals from Steve O’Connell, David Rostrum, Sam Blount and Nathan Sandar.
Third-placed Melbourne Dynamo cemented their position after a 2-0 win at Holbrook St Michaels where goals from Dave Brough and Gareth Annable earned the points.
Fourth and fifth changed plases after Rowsley ‘86 won 2-1 at Cromford, Alex Statham getting the Cromford goal.
Long Eaton United Reserves endured mixed fortunes at home in the space of four days.
In midweek they beat Ashover 2-0 thanks to goals from Danny Chambers and George Morgan before losing 3-2 to Newmount on Saturday.
Danny Palmer, Mike Barclay and Danny Gilligan got the Newmount goals.
After the midweek defeat, Ashover lost again on Saturday as they went down 4-3 against Derby Rolls-Royce Leisure for whom Dwayne Squires, Ashley Foster, Matt Savage and Davey Hampson were on target.
Bottom-of-the-table Sandiacre Town remain in that position after a 2-0 defeat at home to Wirksworth Town who remain in sight of the runners-up spot.
Division One leaders Mickleover RBL returned to league action with a 3-0 victory over bottom of the pile Holbrook St Michaels Reserves.
Aiden Hart, David Western and Carl Reynolds scored the goals which gave Mickleover their win and maintained their unb eaten record.
Derby Royals continue to chase after winning 4-0 at Pastures while Matlock Sports got their challenge back on course by winning 3-0 at Findern.
The draw specialists of the league, Belper United Reserves remain in fourth place after another sharing of the spoils, this time a 2-2 draw against Little Eaton, Rich Holmes and Stu Marshall the Belper scorers.
Micky Dunn scored to give Bargate Rovers the lead against Selston who responded by winning 8-1 while Shirland Athletic had most of the play against Derby Rolls-Royce Leisure Reserves and scored through Adam Bellamy but lost the match 4-1.
Ian Cope scored the Ripley Town goal in a 1-1 home draw with Derbyshire Amateurs.
Nashan Wilson scored a hat-trick and Davender Bassi a brace to help Punjab United beat Allestree 5-0.
In division two, leaders Derby Singh Brothers won 2-1 at Wirksworth Ivanhoe, Dan Smith scoring for the hosts.
Rowsley ‘86 Reserves continue to chase hard and they followed up a 1-0 win at Sandiacre Town Reserves in midweek with a 4-3 win over Pastures Reserves on Saturday.
Haydn Travis, John Cooper, Jim Holmes and Liam Hallam were the markemsn against Pastures.
Woolley Moor United and Swanwick Pentrich Road Reserves drew 2-2 which did neither of them any favours.
Ben Cressey and Steve Burrell scored for United with James Funnell and Liam Wallington the Swans scorers.
Roe Farm went down 5-2 to Mickleover RBL Reserves while Dominic Hudson scored the Melbourne Dynamo Reserves goal in a 2-1 loss to Bargate Rovers Reserves.
Wayne Randall, Mark Randall and Shane Linthwaite all scored for Ambergate as they beat Hilton Harriers 3-0.
Selston Reserves drubbed Punjab United Reserves 5-0 with a brace of goals from Steve Smith and singles from Thomas Childs, Jake Charlesworth and Ryan Bromyard.