Cool-as-a-cucumber George Woodbridge did not concede one goal in a penalty shoot-out as Bedfont Eagles U10s beat New Windsor Blacks in the League Cup on Sunday.
The game had finished 1-1, with Charlie Bailey giving Bedfont the lead when he rose to meet a long throw in the box, but Windsor equalised five minutes from time.
There were no further goals in extra-time, sending the tie to spot-kicks, which is when keeper Woodbridge came to the fore.
He saved the first penalty, but Bedfont could not take advantage, also missing their first from the spot.
Woodbridge then saved Windsor's second penalty, but again Bedfont could not take advantage as the nerves started to jangle.
Windsor hit their third penalty wide, and this time Bedfont went in front, with Jordan Davis Green slotting home their third effort.
Woodbridge was on hand again for his third save, leaving Kacey Williams to settle the tie and put Bedfont through.
Skipper Bailey was man-of-the-match, but it was fine overall team performance.
Meanwhile, another cup tie pitted two of the club's U12s teams against each other.
Bedfont Sports U12s took on Bedfont Eagles U12s, and it was the Eagles who came out on top 6-2.
It was Sports who took the lead, but Eagles levelled when Nathan John headed home from close-range, and took the lead just before half-time when Robert Davie kept his cool to slot home from eight yards out.
Eagles stepped up a gear after the break, and goals from Callum Foskett and Connor Eaglestone out the tie beyond doubt.
Sports did pull one back, but John's second goal, plus another from Shay Braham, made it a comfortable passage for Eagles.
Star man was Eaglestone for a solid display in the middle, but Braham came a close second after setting up four of the six goals with his pinpoint crossing and passing.
The U7s, meanwhile, bagged a first win of the season, 2-0 at Old Windsor Tigers.
Goals from Daniel Cooper and George Franklin earned the points, but Bradley Norman was man-of-the-match for his excellent all-round display.