Bedfont Green U14s warmed up for their clash-of-the-titans with Hanworth Villa next week with a 6-0 win over Junior Bees.
Villa, like Green, are still unbeaten, so a cracker of a game is in store. Jordan Hardman netted twice against the Bees, while Jonathon Hope, Frankie Romp, Daniel Mooney and Mitchell Birkhead were also on target.
Goals from Toni Hamilton Bower, Darren Butler and Adam Brown sealed a first-ever win for the U15s over Hampton Manor - and a cup quarter-final spot.
New signing Kain Monks made an instant impact with a double to help the U13s to their first win of the season - a 6-1 victory over Horley - in which Tyler Stone, Aaron Kelly, Connor Blackwell and Kyren McKenzie also netted.
Cyrus Longdon-Hughes also struck twice as the U16s returned to winning ways with a 4-2 win at Cobham Park Rangers, with Octavio Mendes and Keiran Brown also on target.
Abby Mohammed struck a brace as the U12s came from 4-2 down to hold Guildford City 4-4, with Tarun Metha and Aneesh Sachdeva the other scorers.
Scott Whittart's free-kick ruined Woking Cougars' 100 per cent record, earning the U11 Colts a 1-1 draw, while goals from Billy Hadjkyriacos and Khalid Farah gave the U11 Royals a 2-2 draw with Lyne Vapours.
Zac Caswell and Stefan Drobac were among the scorers as the U11 Juniors beat rivals Whitton Wanderers 3-1, while the U11 Saints went top of the league with a 6-1 win over AFC Brooklands.
There were five different scorers - Kane Kennedy, Joshua Robins, Joey Morrison, Ronan Silva and Tyler Shrubb - as the U9 Colts avenged their league defeat to Whitton by beating them 5-0 in the cup. But the U9 Youth went out of the cup 1-0, and the U9 Juniors were held 1-1 by Staines Town.
An own-goal, plus strikes from Yousef Hedfi and Charlie Holmes, saw the U10 Colts return to the top of the table with a 3-1 win over Ashford Town, but the U10 Colts crashed 4-0 to Rocks Lane.
The U8s lost by the same score-line to Bedfont Green, but the adult social side went top of their league following a 3-3 draw.