Hot shot Jack Johnson hit his second netted his second double hat-trick of the season on Sunday as Whitton Wanderers U10 Eagles returned to winning ways with victory over Mitcham Park Junior Colts.

Alfie Bell was just one goal behind with five on the U11 Youth's fourth consecutive league win, a 9-3 victory over Worcester Park Colts in which Ethan Sandy also struck four goals, while Ivan Ahmed hit a hat-trick in only his second game for the U13s as they saw off Met Police Blues, with Jamil Barlow, Jimmy Stanley and Orlando Dean also on the score sheet.

James Thompson scored the winner in the final minute, following an earlier brace from Enis Neziri, as the U8 Hawks won their derby against CB Hounslow United 3-2, while Sulman Khan also hit a late winner to earn the U15s a 2-1 win over Esher Colts, with Charlie Sumpter netting earlier.

 

A Joslin Gorleku double also gave the U12s a 2-1 win over Shelton, but Whitton, for whom Archie Horton, George Antonioni, Patrick Kavanagh and James Roberts also had good games, were left grateful for a missed penalty by their opponents.

First win: Whitton Wanderers U7s

Goal machine Albie Burgess netted his 18th goal of the season with the only goal of the game to put the U11s top of the table by beating Corinthian Casuals, where Sol Scott was man of the match, while two goals from Yuvraj Sexhon and one each from Armaan Patel and Ethan Green earned the U7 Eagles a first win of the season, 4-3 at Meadow Sports.

Joe Hiller bagged four goals as Hampton Youth U12 Colts beat KPR 6-2 on Sunday, with Harvey Gladwin and Edward Thompson scoring the other two.

Jack Gilbert-Brown and Jack Lay were both hat-rick heroes for the U8s – Gilbert-Brown's coming in the Stags' 4-1 win over Manorcroft United Hurricans, in which Riley Vaughan also netted, while Lay's came in the Colts' 8-3 mauling of Ashford Town, in which Dan Moriarty fired a double and further goals came via Lou Cazamage, Max Sturton and Adrian Shala.

A 6-0 win at Carshalton Athletic Whites for the Bucks, in which Savan Soni and Tommy Rance got a couple each, with Josh Rowe and Charlie Fox getting the others, completed a clean sweep for the U8s, while the U11 Colts got a great 0-0 draw at Barnes Eagles, despite being a player short for the whole game.

Winners: Whitton Wanderers U13 Youth

Man of the match Aaron Delia bagged a brace, and Suryaksh Tewatia also netted, as the U10 Youth saw off Sheen Lions 3-1, while the U12s (HRBFC) won 4-0 away to Claygate, with two goals for Liam O’Callaghan and one each for Jake Brown and Ellis Pringle.

The U13s (HRBFC) fought back from 3-0 down at half time at St Helier Youth to draw 4-4, while the U18s were leading Wolves 1-0 when the game was abandoned when one an opposition player got their studs caught in the grass when turning and fractured his pelvis.

Joe Quincy's double was scant consolation as the U14s HRBFC went down 7-2 to Teddington, while the U10s Colts were mauled 6-1 by Doverhouse Lions. The U16s lost 4-0 to Worplesdon, the U9s Youth 3-0 to Kingstonian and the U13 Youth 6-0 to Ashford Town.