FORGET Harry Potter - it was Stephen Potter producing the magic for Feltham Youth on Sunday with four goals in the U17s' 9-1 win over FC Crusaders.
Ross Ellison followed his seven goals last week with a brace, while Lewis Wombwell struck twice too, and Alex Malone rounded off the scoring.
Connor Woodburn-Hall was also a four-goal hero as the U12s thrashed Fleet Town 9-0.
Billy O'Rourke added two, while Harry Doyle, Ashley Nola and Kyle Hammonds Watts were also on the mark.
There were seven different scorers for the U15s as they thrashed Oxshott Royals 9-2, with two each from Toby Parke and Mirjan Bokciu, plus none each from Zipo Mangalsio, Rob Bayliss, Adam Cook and Martin Bayford, and an own-goal.
But they were all trumped by the U10 Trojans, who annihilated Guildford Lions 10-0, with hat-tricks from Tolu Ajayi-Boe and Riley Wheatley, plus an Azeem Malik brace and strikes from Jack Clark and Macauly Wheatley.
Ollie Elphick also hit a treble in the U11 Reds' 7-2 win at Predators, where Dylan Ingram, Kacper Skrzypek, Aran Grewal and Michael Gathinji were also on target, while Perry Osie Tutu smashed three in the U10 Blues' 5-1 win at Yateley Dragons, where Zakaria Lounici also netted twice.
Sisters Destiny and Maddy Chelton both scored in the U10 Predators' 7-1 hammering of Haslemere, with Destiny bagging a hat-trick, while Reagam Bamford struck twice and Junior Raymond once.
But Turnell Sinclair's hat-trick for the U13 Reds proved to be scant consolation as they went down 7-3 to Old Actonians.
The U14s came back from being 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Windlesham Village with goals from Zabi Osmani, Ahmed
John and Aaron Virdi, while Ryan Musgrove's brace, plus strikes from Ishaan Singh and Martin Blythe, saw the U15 Whites win 4-1 at Harefield United in the County Cup.
Ralique Lawrence netted a consolation on his debut as the U13 Whites went down 4-1 to Potley, but the U13 Blues beat Yateley 5-1, thanks to Ryan Dye's brace plus further goals from Ben Morris, Sudeep Gurung and Ian Thomas.
Quinton Hendricks scored twice and Danny Harding once as the U10 Spartans beat Yateley 3-1, but goals from Joe Wallbanks and Reagan Thomas were not enough to prevent a 4-2 defeat for the U11 Whites to Molesey.
An Alfie Saunders brace and strikes from Thomas Adcock and George Burnham could not prevent the U8 Reds being edged out 5-4 at Elm Grove, while the U8 Whites were narrowly beaten 2-1 by Old Isleworthians.
The U9 Whites went down 4-1 to Windlesham, while the U9 Blues and U7 Blues both suffered heavy defeats, 9-0 to Farnacombe and 7-0 to Staines Albion.