BAILEY DORAN'S hat-trick helped the newly-formed Bedfont Green U11 Royals thrash AFC Brooklands 11-1.
Alex Sargent and Khaled Fareh notched twice, while Bailey Whiteside, Harvey Bellchambers, Billy Hadjkyriacos and Zeke also netted as Royals made it two wins from two.
Robbie Joseph went one better with four goals as the U9 Juniors crushed Hart Hurricanes 8-0, with Nicole Douglas hitting a hat-trick and Harry McVey on target too.
New signing Charlie Holmes was another hat-trick hero for the U10 Colts, and further goals from Tom Flynn, Kevin Rebiero and Yousef Hedfi earned a 6-3 win over Epsom Eagles, their third win from three.
Aneesh Sachdeva made it a treble too as the U12 Royals beat Frimley Green Sharks by the same scoreline, despite only having nine players. Tarun also netted twice, and Edward Sigamoney once.
The U16s and U11 Colts kept up their 100 per cent records with 3-1 wins over Worcester Park and Cobham.
Cyrus Longdon-Hughes' double and a Kirean Brown strike did for Worcester Park, while Adam Ellis, Harrison Livingstone and Tyler Bryant shot down Cobham.
Tyler Shrubb's brace, plus further goals from Ronan Silva and Luke Melsom, handed the U9 Colts their first win of the season. But the U10 Royals suffered their first loss, going down 4-1 to Roehampton despite a Ryan Coster strike.
Keeper Scott Mitchell saved a penalty and Darren Butler fired home the winner as the U15s made it four games unbeaten by beating Pinner Albion 1-0 in the Middlesex County Cup.
Two goals from Charlie Mizen, plus others from Callum Mizen and Thomas Beckett, saw the U11 Saints draw 4-4 with Hersham, while the U9 Youth were edged out 2-1 by Esher, despite a Josh Krishna strike.
Aaron Kelly's brace, and further goals from Tyler Stone and David Tomkins, were not enough to prevent a 6-4 defeat to Teddington Athletic for the U13s, while Joel Bilani's double looked to have secured a draw for the U18s at North
Greenford, but they lost 3-2 to a controversial last-minute penalty.
Bilani bagged two more for new adult side Bedfont Green Social as they made it two wins from two with a 5-2 victory over DJST, with Jimmy Hamlet also hitting a hat-trick.
But Jonathon Hope's goal was little consolation for the U14s as they crashed out of the County Cup 8-1 at Alpha & Omega, while the U12s went down 8-0 to Wandgas.
Meanwhile, Green are looking for new keepers for their U9, U13 and U14 teams after losing shot-stoppers to Chelsea and Brentford. Call 07525 336505 if interested.