A world class volley was enough for Dinnington Town to take bragging rights on Tuesday, as the Central Midlands League outfit ran out 2-1 winners, at a balmy Laughton Road.
With Club fielding a much-changed squad, they were the ones who looked most likely to run out comfortable winners, as the Sheffield forwards squandered several chances.
Jack Watson managed to get beyond the Dinno keeper, only to be forced wide, whilst Max Rhodes saw his effort deflected onto the post.
Club took the lead on 25 minutes, after some good work saw Jamie Green cut in from the left, before curling the ball into the corner.
Big stopper Josh Branch was good value between the sticks for the hosts, continuing his great work from the Senior Cup game between the two back in March, denying Rhodes with a decent stop before the break and looking well in control in the second.
The home side managed to level on the hour from a corner, hooking home from a bit of a mêlée in the box, probably their first effort on goal.
There was no disputing the winner was worthy of a much bigger audience, with a clearance from the Sheffield defence being returned with interest, the Dinnington number 8 smashing a volley on the run from 35 yards that looped over Owen Evans in the Club goal.