Five star Kieran Collins helped himself to a nap hand of goals as CB Hounslow United Youth U9s put nine goals past Esher Wizards on Sunday – with Bobby Bellchambers bagging a brace and Charlie Donelley and Aaron Sidhu also netting.
The U13 Whites were also among the goals, beating Doverhouse Lions 9-2, with four goals from Jayden Scotts, a hat-trick from George Burnham and a double from Jacob Pakulski.
Two goals from Tyreese Beharry-Williams and one each from Deevas Khanal and Mark Lowis-Naya secured a 4-2 win at Junior Bees doe the U11 Greens, while Bilal Siddique grabbed the only goal of the game for the U13 Greens against AFC Wembley.
Tommy Woods , Deon Woodman and Zac Coleman were all on target as the U12 Blues won their derby against Bedfont Eagles 3-1, but the U10 Whites lost by the same score at Woking Town, despite a Dylan Sidhu strike.
Jon Lloyd struck a consolation as the U14 Greens were beaten 5-1 at Worcester Park, while both the U16s and U14 lost 2-0, to Wandgas and Elm Grove respectively.
Meanwhile, Harry Witek gave Whitton Wanderers U12s the lead against Alexander United, but they were denied all three points by a late equaliser, while the U10 Eagles also drew 3-3 with Meadow Sports, with a Jack Johnson brace and a Kevin Uka strike.
Elsewhere, Old Isleworthians Youth U13s have made the final of their cup competition after winning their first ever semi-final 5-1, meaning in the five rounds so far they have scored 27 and conceded just 11.
Keeper Kendall Berryman pulled off some fantastic early saves before Malik Abdulai broke the deadlock at the other end, while Jumal Mohammed made a goal-line clearance before Kacper Nozka went up the other end and doubled their lead.
Abdulai buried his second of the game and 17 of the season to make it 3-0, but despite man of the match Jack Yelle controlling the game from defence, a lapse of concentration let their opponents pull a goal back.
But Nozka made it 4-1 with his second before being denied a hat-trick when his 25 yard fee-kick came back off the bar, while Taha completed the scoring to set up a final against either SCR Colts Reds or Chipstead Youth.