Inter Ditton 0-1 Whitton Wanderers U16 Youth
Whitton warmed up for the Cup Final against Inter by inflicting only their second defeat of the season.
With top scorer Isaac Mpiana ill and only one sub on the bench the team battled well to take three points.
Geordan Ryan was the hero as he saved a first half penalty and Matthew Osborne grabbed the winner late in the game.
Whitton U8 Hawks 9-3 Carshalton Athletic Blues
Daniel MacKinney scored four, Enis Nezeri three and Casper Dowden bagged a brace in a comfortable win for the Hawks.
Whitton Wanderers U10 Hawks 2-2 Sheen Lions
After going a goal down early in the first half, the Hawks hit back with a long range strike from Thomas Webb.
The goal gave the Hawks renewed confidence and they went on to take the lead in the second half through player of the match Luca Brunelli.
However, the Hawks couldn't quite hold out to the final whistle as Sheen drew level.
WWYFC U11 Youth 3-1 Ascot United Colts
Alfie Bell, Conaill Ryan and James Gelderblom were all on target to give the U11s an impressive victory over Ascot.
Esher Green 0-8 Whitton U7 Panthers
Whitton cruised to a comfortable win over Esher Green. Yuvraj Sekhon was the hero with a hat-trick.
Yusuf Hewavitarne and Armaan Patel bagged a brace apiece while Micah Jarvis was also on the scoresheet.
U8 Eagles 4-2 Molesey Junior Colts
Despite going a goal down, the boys kept their shape and their improved communication and some slick passing saw them equalise soon after thanks to some tenacious play from Oliver Palmer.
Thomas Madigan took a shot from distance and the keeper failed to keep it out, which meant the boys went into halftime with a deserved 2-1 lead.
At the start of the second half though, their concentration began to wander, and Molesey equalised when Joseph Hayward was beaten to the ball by Molesey's striker.
The boys hit back and Palmer scored a 'worldy' from distance and the boys seemed to grow in confidence from that moment on.
Jackson Lewis-Cole set up Thomas for his second of the game and the boys saw the game out comfortably.