Sheffield FC vs. Derby County 4 : 0
Sheffield FC: Wallhead, Richardson (Johnson), Cooke, Goodman, Lee, Parkin, De Silva (Ward), Giampalma, Hayes, Davies (Heald), Gilliatt.
Loughborough Dynamo vs. Sheffield FC 3 : 2
Sheffield suffered yet another late defeat on Saturday, writes Stuart James, as a last minute penalty prevented them from returning back up the M1 from Loughborough with a hard-earned point.
Buxton vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 4
Sheffield's Under 19s secured their fourth HKL North Midland Under 19 League Cup Final spot with a very good win 4-1 against Buxton FC at Silverlands, writes Bill Towning.
Sheffield Lane Top vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 1
Sheffield Lane Top: A.Guest, Jackson, Bedell, Smith, J.Thompson ©, B.Bradshaw, Clarke, T.Guest, A.Thompson, Parrott, Goddard. Subs: T.Bradshaw, Travis, Williamson, Barks, Hogden.
Sheffield FC vs. Halesowen Town 2 : 3
Sheffield gave a brave second half display on Tuesday, writes Stuart James, but were unable to come away with anything to stop Halesowen Town’s title march.
Hallam vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 3
The Under 18s version of the World’s Oldest Derby game was won by Sheffield at Sandygate on Tuesday, writes Ian Gambles, who put in a much improved performance with the three points gained seeing Mitch Ward’s team climb to second place in the DB Sports Premier League.
Preston North End vs. Sheffield FC 0 : 5
Preston North End: Brown, Stanfield, Nickson, Bayley, Forshaw, Hutton, Rawcliffe, Charlesworth, Anderton, Ball, Grocott. Subs: Lupton, Savage.
Sheffield FC vs. Chasetown 2 : 1
Sheffield finally got back to winning ways this afternoon, writes Stuart James, and with it secured their place in the Evo-Stik Division One South following an entertaining 2-1 win over Chasetown.
Sheffield FC vs. Staveley Miners Welfare 1 : 3
Despite a very positive opening 20 minutes from the home side it was Staveley who produced a very organised display to secure all three points in this entertaining local derby.
Byron House - Final at Penistone Church FC vs. Sheffield FC 1 : 2
Sheffield FC’s Over 35s showed that experience pays at Penistone on Wednesday night, writes Stuart James, as they proved too savvy for a battling Byron House side and lifted the Sheffield Junior Cup for the second time in five years.