The Reserves made it eleven wins out of thirteen in league and with so extended their lead at the top of the table to nine points.
Eastwood made four changes from their triumph over Swanwick last time out, Dylan Miles replaced Jake Pearson between the sticks and Kurt Harrison, Leyton Nethercot and Owen Everton came in for Jack Smith, Adam Hassall and Kieran Knight. Meaning Eastwood lined up without a recognised striker.
An uneventful first half as both teams struggled to create any clear cut chances, Eastwood were lacking a target man up front as all the balls kept coming back.
HT: Heanor Town Reserves 0-0 ECFC Reserves
Eastwood looked a lot better second half bringing on fresh legs and altering there formation.
With thirteen minutes left on the clock Kieran Knight picked up the ball at the half way line and drove down Heanor's right hand side beat three men and then delivered an excellent cross for Harry Gill who couldn't miss.
Right on the final whistle Eastwood confirmed the three points when the visitors caught Heanor on the break Kieran Knight chopped in side then outside then coolly stroked the ball past the unfortunate Heanor keeper.
Miles, Wrenn (Rafferty 60), Duncan, Tring, Mushambi (Gill 60), Harrison, Everton (Knight 73), O'Dowd, Nethercot, McGarry, Eastwood
Unused Ashley Dove
Another win, another clean sheet
The unbeaten run has seen Eastwood Reserves play and progress in the Phoenix Trophies Division One Cup as well as the league. Eastwood will be trying to extend their unbeaten run and their lead at the peak of the table on Saturday when they take on Mickleover RBL Reserves.
Mickleover currently sit sixth in the league and are unbeaten in their last four. Mickleover's Joe Condon is the club's top goal scorer he picked up eight goals last season and already has six this campaign.
3pm kick off
Updated 18:53 - 16 Nov 2017 by Zander Shayler
Poppyfields Drive, Mickleover, Derby, Derbyshire DE3 9GQ