TOTTENHAM'S Jermain Defoe wasn't the only one to score five goals this week - two Hampton Youth youngsters managed the feat as well.
Aston Nunn, from the club's U7s and Rory Wynne, of the U8s, were the two celebrating a fistful of goals in friendly matches on Saturday.
Nunn's five-star showing came as Hampton hit nine without reply against Hearts, Edward Thomson and Archie Thornton both bagging a brace in the win.
Wynne's quintet came in a 7-0 victory over Heart of Raddlothian. Ethan Imi got the other two.
Imi carried his scoring form over into Sunday's league clash with AFC Walcountians, bagging another double in the 6-0 win.
Joe Wotton also scored twice, with one each for James Harper and Daniel Barnett.
The U8s have now won eight games on the trot. Meanwhile, leading 2-1 at half-time in their cup tie with Horsley Town, the U13s unveiled their secret weapon - Harry Chapman. The teenager swapped his goalkeeper's jersey for a place on the pitch and promptly scored a hat-trick.
It was part of a six-goal second-half blitz from Youth, as they ran out 8-1 winners.
James Doherty added a double and there was one apiece for Charlie Wright, Jacob Jeffrey and William Ryan.
Elsewhere, Max Everett's first goal from the club couldn't save the U9s from defeat to leaders KPR. Keerat Khaira was also on target in this match, while Benjy Speirs produced heroics in goal.
The team also lost 6-2 at AFC Walcountians, despite goals from Joe Ayley and Mohammed Midaif, and the U12s were beaten by the odd goal in nine at Hanworth Villa.