JOE WOTTON'S double made sure Hampton Youth U8s kept up their 100 per cent league record away to Junior Robins on Sunday.
The youngster's brace enabled his side to come from behind to snatch victory 3-2 in their toughest game of the campaign so far. Rory Wynne was their other man on target.
The U9s had things much more their own way against neighbours Hampton Rangers, chalking up six without reply. Rory Bradley led the way with a double and there was one apiece for Ben Foreman, Daniel Rowe, Keerat Khaira and Harry Paterson.
The U7s were another side who had their shooting boots on, hitting six of their own at Roehampton. Cam Shawyer hit a double in this one, while team-mates Aston Nunn, Joshua Shayesteh, Jake Brown and Archie Thornton were also on the scoresheet.
There were plenty of goals elsewhere as the U12s shared an eight-goal thriller at home to Barnes Eagles. Charlie John's double and one each for Charlie Wiltshire and Ollie Sargentino had Hampton 4-2 up, but two late goals by their opponents meant they had to settle for a point.
Meanwhile, Gee Tunda's brace and one for Goldie Luzulo couldn't save the U11s from a 6-3 defeat to AFC Walcountians. Mason Day was named star man for his side, who also saw two other efforts hit the woodwork.