Abby Mohammed put Bedfont Green U12 Royals one step from a League Cup Final with a brace in their semi-final win over Aldershot on Sunday.
Jordan Straughan and Tarun Mehta also netted in their 4-1 win, which stretched their unbeaten run to 11 games, while Straughan shared manof-the-match honours with James Greenwood.
Hanif Brown hit a hat-trick and Jordan Hardman bagged a double as the U14s stayed top of the league with a 7-1 win at Link Colts.
Mitchell Birkhead and Jonathon Hope were also on the mark, while Thalu Masindu had a promising debut between the sticks.
Ryan Couch's brace, plus a Daniel Hamley strike, moved the U9 Youth up to second in the table with a 3-1 win over Barnes Eagles.
The U9 Juniors matched their efforts in beating Walton Casuals by the same score, with Robbie Joseph this time notching twice, and Nicole Douglas netting the other.
Brody Doran was another at the double with two in the U11 Royals' 4-1 win over Bisley Sports, where Zeki Hersi and Daniel Manji also notched.
The U15s missed a host of chances in being held 2-2 by Junior Bees, but George Coyte and Jimmy Hamlet did find the net and they stay second.
Kieran Lewis's strike was not enough as the U12 Youth lost to Corinthian Casuals, where Callum Hollands was man-of-the-match, while the U11 Colts went down 4-2 to Staines Lammas, despite goals from Harrison Livingstone and Ben Cater.
The U13s put up a brave fight in their cup quarter-final against a team from two divisions above them, Milford Pumas, but eventually went out 3-0.
...and Isleworth Colts are up for the cup too
A LEAGUE CUP Final is beckoning for Isleworth Colts U14s next month.
The Redlees Park lads sailed through Sunday's semi-final against Glenister 2-0, thanks to goals from Quyam Nayim and Rishi Shah.
Matthew Mullins was Colts' man-of-the-match.