Keerat Khaira bagged a late winner for Hampton Youth U8s as they chalked up their first three points of their debut season against AFC Walcountians on Sunday.
Khaira snatched a late winner in the 4-3 victory, having led 3-0 at one stage.
Man-of-the-match Harry Paterson had earlier put his side ahead, with Ben Foreman and Ethan Imi also getting their names on the score-sheet.
It was to be Hampton Youth's only success of the weekend with two other teams suffering agonising defeats.
The U9 Reds can consider themselves hard done by as they led their match with Elm Grove three times courtesy of goals from Seb Lane, Cameron Gill and Ryan Ward. However, Grove snatched a 4-3 lead late on, before Hampton struck the post twice in the dying minutes in their search for a leveller.
The U10 Youth suffered similar late heartbreak in defeat to unbeaten Bedfont Green. Harry Fuller's brace put them in charge but Green stormed back to take all the points.
It was an unhappy day for the U10 sides as Manor went down 3-1 at home to Sheen, Alexander Waddell the scorer, while a Matthew Taylor strike couldn't stop the U7s going down 4-1 to Walcountians [25a0] A RICKY HOBAN hat-trick inspired Bedfont Eagles U15s to a great comeback victory at home to Britwell Boys on Sunday.
Eagles were 2-1 down at the break, but Hoban's treble and David Tomkins' brace saw the hosts romp home 5-2.
Luke Channell and Noel Shabanaj were named star men.
The U8s were also celebrating victory thanks to Jake Mountain's last-gasp winner against NW Mudlarks Milan.
Cameron Pavitt scored their other goal in the 2-1 win while Joshua Moran was man-of-the-match.
The U10s continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-0 win over Beaconsfield.
Stand-in skipper George Woodbridge kept Eagles in the game before the break, before Aaron Lovett and man-of-the-match Jordan Davis Green scored in the second half.
However, the U12s had only a solitary Luke Whittle effort to show for their efforts as they went down 9-1 to Maidenhead Wolves.
* LUIS ROBINSON-VENTOUR twice came within inches of a hat-trick as Old Isleworthians U9 thrashed Kew Park on Saturday.
The youngster bagged a brace and struck the woodwork twice as his side ran out 5-0 winners.
Man-of-the-match Jamie Spillard bagged a double, while Logan Cullen was also on the scoresheet.
Daniel O'Connell had an excellent game in midfield.
The U7s suffered a 2-1 defeat to Bedfont Green despite excellent performances from Jak Mensah and Lui De Schynkel. Paul Fanning was their scorer.