Andy Cook rustled up a tasty treat with four goals for Feltham Youth U15 Blues on Sunday.
Mirjan Bokciu and Rob Bayliss added the finishing touches as they beat Byfleet Village 6-2.
Two Feltham lads at different ends of the age scale, Ross Ellison and Alfie Saunders, hit hat-tricks.
Ellison's came in the U17s' 4-1 win over Oxshott, and Saunders' in the U8 Reds' 5-0 hammering of Woking Cougars.
Ben Kendebe joined Ellison on the scoresheet for the U17s, while Freddie McLeod and Thomas Adcock completed the rout for the U8 Reds.
Another hat-trick hero was Kye Watts-Hammond, whose treble came in the U12 Reds' 10-0 thrashing of Molesey.
Lewis Hill's brace, plus strikes from Billy O'Rourke, Connor Woodburn-Hall, Aaron Peake, Harry Doyle and Jac Williams completed the scoring.
The U13 Blues were high-scorers too, taking apart Mayford 7-2 with a Paulo Sampaio double, plus further goals from Milan Punn, Adriano Augusto, Helder Lopes, Ben Morris and Ian Thomas.
Dylan Ingram bagged a brace, and Oliver Elphick added another, as the U11 Reds beat Guildford 2000 3-1, while the U7s beat Farnham by the same scoreline, with goals from Jack Enemy, Jamie Darlow and Ryan Loucini.
Reagan Thomas and Ryan Moran earned the U11s a fine 2-2 draw with table-topping AFC Wimbledon, while the U9 Whites held the table-toppers in their league, Farnacombe, to a 0-0 draw.
Tommy Fright's strike gave the U10 Spartans a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw with AFC Spartans, but the U15 Whites were edged out 3-2 by Guildford City, despite Dan Wilson and Seun Ajayi Obe's goals.
Michael Moran and Matt Stansby hit the consolations as the U9 Blues and U14s both lost 3-1, to Guildford Saints and Chertsey.
Josh Newell's strike was not enough to prevent the U13 Whites going down 4-1 to Tooting & Mitcham, while the U10 Predators lost 4-0 to Badshot Lea.