Whitton Wanderers Scarletts recorded a memorable win against Crystal Palace to end their losing streak on Sunday.
Ruby Dykes netted the only goal of the game as the home side created numerous chances, but a solid defensive performance was the key to victory as Palace had few clear cut chances.
In the boy's section, Charlie Power grabbed four goals, while Lucas Keating and Keanen Delaney both grabbed a brace, as the U9s Youth beat local rivals CB Hounslow United 9-7 winners in a thrilling end to end derby.
Luca Brunelli hit a hat-trick to help the U10 Hawks through to the League Cup final as they eased past Old Isleworthians 6-1, with further strikes coming from Benji Woodard, Phi Nguyen and player of the match Joe Edet, wile Thomas Webb and Adam Mackinney were resolute as ever in defence, while Oliver Palmer's equaliser clinched a 1-1 draw fio the U8 Eagles against Claygate Royals Foleys.
Isaac Mpianna bagged his 28th and 29th goals of the season, while skipper Khyron Ryan was also on target, as the U16s beat Sheen Lions 3-1, while a James Gelderblom double, plus further strikes from Amaar Iqbal and Alfie Bell, earned the U11 Youth a 4-0 win over Surrey Predators.
Sabien Morina also bagged a brace, while Yusef Hewavitarne, Yuvraj Sekhon and Armaan Patel all found the net too, as the U7 Panthers saw off Kew Association 5-1, while a Jack Fletcher strike and an own goal saw the U8 Hawks draw 2-2 with Old Isleworthians.
Meanwhile, Hampton Youth U10 Youth also reached the League Cup final after battling back from a goal down to beat Barnes Eagles 402 through a Jake Chaudry free kick and a Suryaksh Tewatia hat-trick, while the U10 Colts won by the same score at SCR Colt Blues.
Bobby Waites scored the first goal for the new U6 side, while Felix Rance was also on target, but they lost 6-3 to Old Isleworthians, while the U7 Colts let a half time lead slip to lose 5-2 at Manorcroft, but the U7 Youth won 5-3 at Rocks Lane, with Alfie Reed bagging a brace and Chester Gregory also among the scorers.
Goals from Max Sturton and Jack Lay earned the U8 Colts a 2-0 win over Westside, but the U8 Bucks lost 2-1 to Spelthorne Sport Colts, despite a Quincy Patterson equaliser, and a Cass Fried-Jones strike was scant consolation as the Stags lost 6-1 to CB Hounslow United.
Jake Kali and Seb Birczak got amongst the goals in a 4-2 win for the U9 Youth over Kingstonian Colts, winning their Trophy Division, while the U18s beat Wolves 2-1 to say top of the table, the U16s fought back from 3-1 down with 10 minutes to go to draw 3-3 and the U15s won 9-3 at Carshalton.
There were 1-1 draws for the U11 Colts against Kew Park Rangers, the U12 HRBFC side against Kingstonian and the U11 Youth against Halliford Colts. But the U13 HRBFC side lost 4-2 at home to Met Police Youth Reds, the U12 Colts were edged out 3-2 at Kew Association Youth and the U13 Colts went down 12-0 at home to Epsom & Ewell Colts.