Sherwood Colliery were unable to cause an upset in their Emirates FA Cup replay in midweek as they bowed out of the competition with a 5-1 defeat at Pitching In Northern Premier League side Buxton.
Wayne Savage's side had fought back brilliantly from 2-0 down to claim a draw in their First Round Qualifying tie on Saturday but the two division gap proved too much to bridge in Tuesday's trip to Derbyshire.
The Bucks were two goals ahead by the ten minute mark and had added one more to their tally by the interval before two more came along to put the tie beyond any doubt in the second period with Jamie York grabbing a late consolation for the visitors.
It means that Handsworth are the sole Toolstation NCEL side left in the competition and they will travel to Halesowen Town in Second Round Qualifying a week on Saturday.
booked their place in the next stage of the League Cup with a 4-0 home win over Selby Town
in the final First Round match to be played.
All of the Villagers' goals came in the second half with Harvey Carew, Niall Tilsley and Harry Fenton turning the tie fully in the home side's favour by hour mark with Joel Shortland adding the fourth on 73 minutes.
are now five points clear at the top of the Premier Division following their 4-3 win at Hemsworth Miners Welfare
in a game where the Wilderness Boys trailed 3-1 at half-time.
Thomas Cadzow's opener and a Connor Brunt double had seemingly given Hemsworth a much needed victory after Lewis Collins had broken the deadlock for the visiting Borough.
But, Reece York and Collins' second brought the scores back level by the 65th minute and Thomas Hipwell got what proved to be the winner with under a quarter-of-an-hour remaining.
Hemsworth slip to the bottom of the table, leapfrogged by Athersley Recreation
who picked up their first points of the campaign with a 1-0 win at Penistone Church
, Joshua Brown netting the decider midway through the second period.
Two goals for Michael Jepps sealed a 4-1 victory that moves Worsbrough Bridge Athletic
up to fourth in Division One after Connor Glavin and Lewis O'Connor had put them in control at home to Glasshoughton Welfare
And, a massive crowd of 605 watched Hallam
thrash visitors Shirebrook Town
with Liam Royles claiming a hat-trick, Christopher Wood struck twice and there were also goals for Iren Wilson and Rhys Davies.
Hallam climb to seventh whilst Shirebrook, whose solitary strike came from Fabian Johnson, remain next-to-bottom.