A depleted Glapwell side gave a good account of themselves in the second half but were ultimately well-beaten by title favourites Dronfield Town who produced a fantastic first-half performance as they recorded a 4-1 victory at Hall Corner.
Glapwell will be left to rue a poor first 20 minutes or so but they showed some second-half fighting spirit to earn a 2-2 draw against Thorne Colliery at Hall Corner despite falling two goals down after only 17 minutes.
Despite creating a hatful of chances, Glapwell were only able to convert one and paid the price in the end as Brodsworth snatched a point 15 minutes from time to make it a frustrating 1-1 draw at Hall Corner.
Despite a spirited first-half display, Glapwell crashed to only their second defeat in the last eight league games as Dronfield Town continued their challenge for the title with a 5-2 victory on the 3G pitch at Gosforth Fields.
Glapwell’s last remaining cup interest for this season was ended after a nightmare first half hour put them well on the way to a 4-1 League Cup defeat to South Division side Belper United at Nailers Way.
After the recent lack of league action due to the weather and cup competitions, Glapwell recorded a welcome three points, and clean sheet, with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Sherwood Colliery at Debdale Park.
Nine-man Glapwell were cruelly denied the three points that their performance had deserved as Phoenix converted a highly-controversial penalty in the fifth minute of stoppage time to earn a 1-1 draw at Pavilion Lane.
Ten-man Glapwell progressed to the third round of the Baris Facades League Challenge Cup as the returning Oliver Trigg hit the winning goal five minutes from the end of extra-time to earn a 2-1 win against Thoresby at Fourth Avenue.
Despite creating a hatful of chances Glapwell could only convert one as they were held to a 1-1 draw against Easington United at Low Farm; although it was a point they would have taken beforehand with somewhat of a depleted squad.
Despite a bright enough opening 15 minutes or so, Glapwell suffered their fourth straight league loss as they fell to a 3-1 defeat against current champions Westella Hanson on the 4G pitch at Bishop Burton College.
Despite Callum Green’s early opener, Glapwell slipped to their third successive league defeat as David Reeve hit a superb 65th minute winner for Harworth as the home side recorded a 2-1 victory in a game of few chances at Scrooby Road.
Glapwell produced a fine attacking display, creating enough chances to win the game far more comfortably, as they progressed into the second round of the Derbyshire Senior Cup with a 5-1 win over a young Blackwell Miners Welfare side at Hall Corner.
A single controversial 51st minute penalty, converted by top scorer Carl Haslam, was all that separated the sides as Glapwell produced a fine battling performance but ultimately fell to a single goal defeat against leaders AFC Mansfield at Forest Town.
Glapwell extended their unbeaten league run to eight games, and regained fourth spot, with a hard-working 1-0 victory over Phoenix S & S at Hall Corner with Callum Green scoring the only goal of the game five minutes into the second half.
Callum Green hit a hat-trick in his first full appearance of the season as Glapwell strengthened their grip on fourth spot with a convincing 7-1 victory against DFS Welbeck Welfare at Elkesley Road, Meden Vale.
A single deflected Josh Goodhand effort 10 minutes from time was enough for Glapwell to edge a scrappy game against Sherwood Colliery at Hall Corner; and in the process moving up to fourth in the table.
It was a tale of two second-half penalties, both harshly awarded, as Glapwell crashed out of the FA Carlsberg Vase at the First Qualifying Round stage with a single goal defeat to East Midlands Counties League side Radford FC at Hall Corner.