Hot-shot Oliver Elphick netted four goals - but it was not enough for victory as Feltham Youth U11 Reds were held 4-4 by Send on Sunday.
There were a number of hat-trick heroes too for Feltham.
Milan Punn's treble helped the U13 Blues stay top of the league by beating second-placed Meadow Sports 6-3, with Sudeep Gurung banging in two and Ryan Dye one.
Ryan Loucini's hat-trick came in a thrilling 7-6 win for the U7s over Hersham, in which Jamie Darlow and Eliot Middleton both hit doubles.
But Conal Fleming's treble in another thriller was not enough to prevent the U11 Whites, for whom Ryan Moran was also on target, being edged out 5-4 by Town.
Alfie Saunders' hat-trick saw his team on the winning side, thrashing Send 7-0. Also on the mark were Harry Lal with two, plus Ali Haib and Charlie Light with one each.
There were five different scorers - Turnell Sinclair, Jack Southby, Josh Newell, Nathan Thomas and Leon Robertson - as the U13 Whites edged out Kingstonian 5-4.
James Attwood netted twice as the U10 Predators had a narrow win as well, 4-3 over Potley, with Mitchell Loveridge and Maddy Chelton also on the mark.
Logan Forbes hit a double as the U9 Whites beat Byfleet by the same scoreline, with Bradley Fidler and Joe McHale netting too.
Azeem Malik struck twice to give the U10 Trojans a 2-0 win over Walton Casuals, but the U10 Spartans went down 4-2 to Farnacombe, despite goals from Danny Harding and Tommy Fright.
Lewis Wombwell's brace, plus further strikes from Ben Kendebe and Ross Ellison gave the U17s a 4-0 win over Knaphill.
Harry Doyle bagged a double too as the U12s beat Woking Cougars 5-3, with Connor
Woodburn-Hall, Lewis Hill and Jack Chapman also on the scoresheet.
And Aiden Tarring was another two-goal hero as, along with a Jack Stroudley strike, the U9 Blues beat Hersham 3-2.