Adam Bear hit his second successive hat-trick as Hampton Village A beat Surrey Celtic 4-1 on Sunday. Alex Kennewell was also on target.
Hampton's first team dropped their first points of the season in the Premier, going down 2-1 to Bedfont Sunday, with Elliott Atiase netting the consolation.
Andrew Badgery, Enzo Maletta and Stuart Fuller were all on the mark as the reserves beat Whitton Celtic 3-1 in the Intermediate.
And the old boys went top of the Veterans League with a 5-0 win over Langdon Park, with Joe Browne and Paul Cunningham hitting braces and Scott Mileham completing the scoring.
* SUPER Sid Morgan lobbed the opposition keeper from 30 yards for Isleworth's winner 10 minutes from time on Sunday.
Man-of-the-match Jermine Ile and Pierre Fernandez were also on target as they beat Southall Spartak 3-2.
But keeper Martin Wyatt kept them in the game with some fantastic saves.
* DEPUTISING in goal, Todd Wootton impressed with a penalty save and an assist as Bell on the Green Sunday beat Chiswick Park Rangers 5-1 on Sunday.
But it was wing-wonder and two-goal hero Danny Murphy who was man-of-the-match, causing havoc among his opponents all game.
Phil Highgate also helped himself to two goals, while Daniel Gault notched one too, as Bell continued their unbeaten league run.
* NOT even their best performance since joining the West Middlesex League could buy Chiswick Albion a win.
Liam White gave them the lead in their Premier clash with Sunbury Athletic, burying Anthony Weekes' inch-perfect cross.
But an error by keeper Richard Ireson, returning from two weeks sidelined with injury, gifted Sunbury a point. Ireson let a run-of-the-mill cross slip through his hands, which a Sunbury striker gobbled up.
* A SPECTACULAR overhead kick from 16 yards out by Peter Ford helped St Margarets on their way to a 5-1 win at FC Zion.
Ford went on to bag a brace, as did Ernest Owuru, while midfielder Bernard Attoh was on the mark too.