Kenrick Harriet hit a hat-trick as Bedfont Sports cruised into the semi-finals of the Middlesex County Football League Senior Open Cup on Saturday.
He shinned an effort home for the only goal of the first-half against St John's Arsenal Deaf before Neville Barrett finished off a Mark Scotchford free-kick.
Harriet then hit home a 20-yarder for his second before Barrett chipped St John's the keeper for his second too.
A spilled shot gifted Harriet his hat-trick before Aziz Dairo completed a 6-0 win by walking the ball into an empty net after Harriet was fouled on the edge of the box.
But the reserves saw their hopes of qualifying from Group B of the Surrey Elite Subsidiary Trophy go up in smoke after being held 2-2 by Epsom Eagles Reserves, despite a Tony Hadley brace.
An extra-time win over Barnes Albion Reserves saw Bedfont Sunday through to the Harry Edmondson Premier Cup semi-finals.
Jake Saville scored the winner seven minutes from time in the added half-hour following earlier strikes from Mark Smith, Neville Barrett and Mark Scotchford.
Bedfont Sunday A won by the same scoreline against AFC Charlton Heston in the Keal Cup second round, thanks to goals from Dan Hadley, Vinny Hodge, James Roberts and Simon Lamb.
BEESOTTED twice surrendered the lead as they slipped to defeat against Sheen Park Rangers on Sunday.
Daniel Harris's superb 25-yard solo effort fired them ahead against the Chiswick & District Intermediate high flyers.
Kevin Farren bundled home the second from Alan Mellor's flick, but a defensive blunder let the visitors back in the game.
Gary Johnson restored their two-goal advantage after good work from Matty Hills.
But Rangers hit back with four unanswered goals in the last half-hour to snatch a 5-3 victory and the points.
Jason Wilson was rock solid at the back.
But the reserves got their Division Two campaign back on track with a 3-1 win at RBS. Chris Hogan, Adam Bark and Jason Byron were on the mark, while stand-in keeper Stuart Nixon was solid.