Isleworth FC dedicated Sunday's victory to Darren Gardiner, who broke his leg playing for them last week.
Gardiner, who also captains Bedfont Sports in the Middlesex County League on Saturdays, also dislocated his ankle.
In his absence, Isleworth beat Alxion Rangers 6-4, James Journt leading the way with a hat-trick.
Billy Silvester added a double, while Steve Fanning netted the other, and keeper James Hunney made two great saves.
A Dave Vaney hat-trick earned Hampton Village Reserves a 6-1 County Cup win over Roxteth, with Jordan Whitham, Mark Veasey and Enzo Maletta also scoring.
Two players - Steve Crane and Adam Bear - notched trebles in the Village A's 7-2 win over AFC Staines, with Mark Scott completing the scoring, in the West Middlesex League, Division Three.
The first team came back from 2-0 down to win 5-2 at Chiswick Albion in the Premier, thanks to a Craig Hancock brace, plus goals from Louis Devins, Elliott Atiase and Nick Read.
Qsuick-fire Chris Coughlan hit a first-half hat-trick as Bell on the Green Sunday got back to winning ways.
Phil Highgate, Lee Hazell and Dwayne Cuttris-Steels rounded off the scoring as they beat Ealing Commoners 6-1 in the Riverside Challenge Trophy.
David Walters was impressive between the sticks with some vital saves, while Highgate and Todd Wootton also put in fine displays.