Forget the Emmys - if Bedfont Sports Girls U12s had been dishing out the awards on Sunday it would have to be renamed the Emmas.
Emma Thorne scored the winner from a long throw by Emma Costa as they came from 3-0 down to beat Guildford Saints 5-4, while Emma Worley starting the comeback with a brace.
Bedfont found themselves three goals adrift within 15 minutes before Worley's cross caused a Saints player to handle in the box, and Worley converted the penalty herself.
Worley's second was a powerful volley from the edge of the box, cutting the deficit to a single goal at the break, but Bedfont had it all to do again when Guildford went 4-2 up.
But a huge throw from Costa caused a Saints defender to put through her own net, and Sam Williams pulled Bedfont level with a great run and powerful shot.
The scene was set for another long throw from Costa to tee up Thorne for the winner, making it three wins in a row, with 19 goals scored.
Keeper Victoria Townsend was in good form, despite standing in the freezing cold for much of the second-half, while Rachel Payne and Jess Bardini were brilliant at the back and Amy McCann controlled the midfield.
Meanwhile, Danni Stevens netted the winner as the U14s beat Colne Valley 1-0, while the other U12s team beat Colne Valley too by the same scoreline, with Lacey netting.
SHAFI KHALIQIAR'S brace ensured Isleworth Colts U14s stayed unbeaten.
Rhys Haines and man-of-the-match Qugan Nayim also netted in a 4-0 win over Glenister.
HOT-SHOT Luis Robinson-Ventour helped himself to six goals as Old Isleworthians U9s thrashed Esher 9-0 on Sunday.
Jamie Spillard netted two and Anni Lanni one, but keeper Oliver Calvert was man-of-the-match for some fine saves, including tipping four over the bar.
Logan Cullen and Sam Jeffries made five of the goals with some great crosses, while Archie Henley and Luke Fanning kept them out at the other end.
Rohan Luthra made some great saves to keep the U7s in their drew 2-2 with Bedfont, while Jack Mensha and Akash provided the goals.
Cyril Osei-Ocansey's hat-trick helped the U14s win their top-of-the-table clash with Molesey 6-1.
Conor Molyneux netted a 30-yard screamer, while new signing Sam Sheehan and Joel Large were also on the mark.
The U14 Bs went down 4-1 to Hanworth Villa, while the U11s lost 7-1 to Epsom Eagles.
The U15s were 3-1 losers at Tooting & Mitcham, but the Bs held Links FC 2-2.
LLOYD EVELYN and Henry Knock bagged two goals apiece as Hanworth Villa U14s came from behind to beat Old Isleworthians 4-1 on Sunday.
Villa struggled early on and Old Is took a deserved lead, but they levelled when Joshua Smith found Knock unmarked in the box to fire home.
Smith was again the provider when he teed up man-of-the-match Evelyn for his first, which gave Villa a half-time lead.
Knock was rewarded with his second of the game soon after the break, before the ball was cleared from a corner for Evelyn to seal victory with a right foot volley from 20 yards out.
Smith, Jack tead, Vinny Church and Jamie Miles all had good games.