BEDFONT GREEN Youth are fighting a seven-pronged assault on league titles as a successful season approaches its climax.
The U15s, U14s, U9 Youth and U9 Colts are among those still all in contention for league titles, while the U9 Juniors became the third Green side to reach cup semi-finals on Sunday.
Lewis Wood's brace gave them a 2-1 win over Fleet Town.
Charlie Holmes was also at the double at the U10 Colts remained top with three games to go, with Sonny Hersey and Yousef Hedfi also on target as they beat Esher 4-1.
Jordan Hardman's hat-trick saw the U14s also remain top, but drop three valuable points in a 3-3 draw with Barnes Eagles.
Also still top are the U9 Colts, who beat Hampton Rangers 3-2 thanks to Ronan Silva's brace and a Luke Melson strike.
Ryan Couch's double, mean-while, earned the U9 Youth, second in their league, a 2-2 draw with leaders Epsom Eagles.
Ben Stamps and Jordan Hart were on target for the U15s, who also stayed second with a 2-1 win over Kew Association.
Another team in second, the U12 Royals, warmed up for this week's clash with the leaders with a 5-2 win over Deepcut - thanks to Aneesh Sachdeva's brace plus further goals from Edward Sigamoney, Abby Mohammed and Tarun Mehta.
Ruffiliah Kamtan's hat-trick, plus a Richard Domingues double and a Stefan Drobac strike, saw the U11 Juniors end a miserable run by thrashing Camberley Boys 6-2.
Josh McBride was also a hat-trick hero as the U8s hammered Halliford Colts 6-0, with two from Austin Flanagan and another from Liam Woodham.
David Tomkins also scored three, albeit over two games - but it was not enough to stop the U13s losing 3-2 to Staines Albion and 2-1 to Teddington.
The U11 Saints tonked Walton Casuals 7-0, while goals from Oscar Goodwin and Mason Greenfield saw the U7s edge out Roehampton Rangers 2-1.
Goals from Billy Hadjkyriacos and Brody Doran were not enough to prevent a 5-2 defeat to Teddington Athletic for the U11 Royals, while the U11 Colts went down 2-0 at Meadow Sports.
And the U16s lost 4-2 to Cove, despite Cyrus Longdon-Hughes and Kieran Brown's goals.
Meanwhile, both the adult social sides exited the League Cup in the quarter-finals, the North losing 1-0 to Merrow and the South 3-1 to Egham CC.
GOAL-MACHINE Ross Ellison smashed in five as Feltham Youth U17s chalked up an aggregate 9-1 win in a double-header with Worplesden on Sunday.
Ellison struck twice to give Feltham a 2-1 win in the first game, then added three more in the second, which they won 7-0.
Matt Brown, Lewis Wombwell, Sebastian Newton Jones and Youseff Ali also notched as the U17s kept their unbeaten league record going.
Javan Alexander's hat-trick helped the U15 Blues through to the semi-finals of the League Cup.
Martin Bayfield and Toby Parke were also on the mark in their 5-1 win over Oxshott Royals.
However, the U15 Whites, with only nine players available, were knocked out 2-1 by Sutton.
Milan Punn's brace kept the U13 Blues on course for the league title as they drew 2-2 with leaders Claygate.
But the U13 Whites and Reds went down 3-1 and 5-1 to Meadow Sports and West Drayton, with Shomari Spencer and Callum Rundle netting their respective consolations.
Dayel Shafi hit a double as the U11 Reds held Guildford City 5-5, with further goals coming from Aran Grewal, Dylan Ingram and Faris Arab, but the U11 Whites were beaten 5-0 by Aldershot Town.
Brandon Logie's brace, plus a Jacob Overestall strike, saw the U10 Blues beat Staines Albion 3-0, but Riley Wheatley's goal was not enough as the U10 Trojans were edged out 2-1 by Frimley Green.
Jack Emeny, Ryan Loucini, Elliott Middleton and Jamie Darlow were all on target as the U7s drew 3-3 with Whitton Wanderers, while the U9 Whites lost 3-1 at Woking Cougars, despite Henry Walpole's effort.
Robbie Baxter and Benjamin Koomson notched for the U8 Whites, but they went down 4-2 to Old Isleworthians.
OWEN GRIFFITHS climbed off his sick bed to earn Hampton Youth U9 Blues a point on Sunday.
He notched to secure a 1-1 draw with Whitton, despite being under the weather.
Henry Fuller hit a hat-trick and Mohammed Faidi scored on his debut for the U10 Youth - but otherwise it was a day to forget as they lost 8-4 to Epsom.
Ryan Ward,Jamie Fowler, Cameron Gill and sub Seb Lane shared the goals as the U9 Reds beat Tooting & Mitcham 6-0.
The U12s were 3-0 winners, but the U11s went down 2-1 to Barnes Eagles, despite Paul Chelton's strike.
The U7s were in contention right up until the last 10 minutes in their friendly with Esher,but a late glut of goals saw them go down 6-0.