Carr Hill maintained their dominance of Division One when a 5-2 victory over Redlands gave them the title for the third successive year.
Jack Tomlinson and Tom Macintosh scored for Redlands but could not match an Alex Wonham hat-trick and further goals from Jay Smith and Declan Heath.
Spectators who enjoyed a game that showed the strength of Bassetlaw inter-school football will have the pleasure of watching a third game between the two when they meet in the Parry Cup final after Easter.
Carr Hill, however, will first defend their Champion of Champions title when they travel for a semi-final tie to third division winners, Norbridge while Division Five leaders Priory meet Everton to earn the right to entertain Division Two champions, Sir Edmund Hillary.
Sir Edmund Hillary completed their runaway title campaign when goals from Travis Matthews, Cameron Harper, Liam Frost and Ethan Colagiovanni gave them a 4-1 victory over Serlby Park.
They now travel to meet the winners of Everton and Worksop Priory for a place in the Champion of Champions semi-final.
The Small Schools Champion of Champions Tournament will bring together the winners of Divisions Eight and Six when Gamston visit Misson while the joint leaders of Division Seven, St Swithun’s and Blyth will play to earn the right to meet the winners in the final.
Bassetlaw Boys meet on Friday night at the North Notts Arena to contest the County Inter-district Five-a-side Championship against the City of Nottingham Boys.
The invited squad is Ryan Dixon, Lewis Comley, Ethan Warner (Redlands); Regan Watkinson (St Augustine’s); Jay Smith (Carr Hill); Jack Wilson (Harworth); George Atkinson (Clarborough); Josh Robson (Bracken Lane); Josh Hooton, Liam Frost (Sir Edmund Hillary); Luke Smith (Norbridge); Finn Sweetnam (Holy Family); Kieron Hooley, Adam Duffy (Kingston Park); Staff: Messrs Pressley and Tarr.
Players should report to the manager for 5.40pm prompt.