A last-minute leveller from Lewis Wood put Bedfont Green U8s on the brink of glory in their own tournament at the weekend.
A goal down from the first minute in their semi-final against old foes Wandgas, Wood equalised to take the tie to extra-time in the last-minute.
And their winner came in almost comical fashion when a shot crashed against the bar and went in off the poor Wandgas keeper's back.
The final pitted Green against Epsom Eagles, who had beaten them in the final at Epsom & Ewell last week. But Green gained revenge this time with a 1-0 win.
Green had earlier won all four group games - beating Sheen Lions 1-0, Carshalton 2-0, Esher
Athletic B 3-0 and Kew Park Rangers 7-0 - before edging past Carshalton again 2-1 in the quarterfinals.
Daniel Hamlet was top scorer with five goals, while Charlie Sumpter and Ryan Couch bagged four each.
Wood's semi-final lev
eller was one of three he netted in the tournament, while Kyle Carton and Dan Coules notched one each.
The U11 entered three teams, two of which reached the semi-finals.
The U11 Youth Whites scored 16 goals in the group stages but bowed out to Sheen Lions, while the U11
Colts went out to Rusilip Manor after winning four out of five group games.
Aneesh Sachdeva netted five goals for them, while Zak Mekki was one behind on four, and Natahn Abaid grabbed one.
Also going out in the semis, losing 2-0 to Corinthian Casuals, were the U12 Blues, for whom Connor Blackwell hit six goals.
Aaron Kelly and Brody Price also netted five each, while Leon Jeseph was on the mark three times and Steven Brown twice.
But their was heartache for their U12 Whites counterparts, who finished joint second in their group on identical points and goal difference with their nearest challengers, but missed out on a semi spot by virtue of the result between the teams.
David Tomkins topscored for them with three, while Tyler Stone and Kyern McKenzie were on target twice each, and Josh Hart once.
Killian Newport fired home five goals for the U9 Youth, and Tyler Smith one, but they exited in the quarter-finals to Epsom Eagles.
Tony Hamilton Bower,
Jimmy Hamlet and Reece Ivey grabbed two goals each, and Darren Butlker and Scott Allingham one each, as the U14 Whites reached the knockout stages.
George Coyte's brace saw the U14 Blues recover some pride with a 3-2 win in their last group game after losing the first three.
All four U10 teams entered reached the quarterfinals, with the Colts Whites and Blues having won all four group games.
The Whites beat Glenister 5-1, Feltham Reds B 3-0, Sheen Lions 1-0 and Ruislip Manor 3-1, while the Blues beat BG Juniors 2-1, Staines Lammas 1-0, Rusilip Manor B 1-0 and Glenister A 2-1.
The quarters saw an allBedfont Green clash between the U10 Colts Whites and U10 Juniors, which the Whites egded 1-0 before bowing out in the semis on penalties.
The U10 Youth went out 2-1 to Glenister A 2-1, while the U10 Colts Blues beat rivals Whitton Wanderers 1-0 before losing to 2-0 to Kew Park Rangers in the semis.
Harrison Livingstone smashed in eight goals, one ahead of Adam Ellis on seven, while Tyler Bryant stuck home five.
Lewis Bradley Smith, Frankie Wiggings, Zak White and Matthew Wood notched two each, while Sean Samways Elliot scored one.
Both U13 teams exited at the group stages, despite five goals by Jordan Hardman and three for Frankie Romp.
Max Kearney, Mitchell Birkhead, Alex Chitty, Richie Luwawa and Gage Chandler were also on the mark.
Nicole Douglas were the only scorer for the U8 Colts as they exited after two draws and two defeats, whiel the newly-formed U8 Juniors made the quarterfinals before bowing out to Epsom Eagles.
The U7 Youth needed only a draw from their last game to qualify for the quarter-finals but lost 1-0, while the U7 Colts battled bravely but lost all their games.