DRAGONS had only 11 fit players for Saturday's trip to AFC Heathrow - but it didn't stop them romping to victory.

Lamelle Williams and Cheyenne Lewis led the way with two apiece as Dragons won 6-0, the former giving the visitors a half-time lead with a cracking 35-yard volley.

However, it was in the second half the hosts cracked under pressure.

Lewis added the second, before Williams slalomed beyond three defenders to put Dragons out of reach.

Jon Laycock got in on the act with his side's fourth, while Lewis's second of the game from the spot made it five before Andrew Scheck completed the rout.

The U16s also won on their travels, 4-1 at Acton & Ealing Whistlers.

A goal down early on Dragons were in charge by half-time thanks to goals from Bishal Limbu, Miles Spooner and Josh Cooper.

Douglas St Louis added a fourth in the second half to complete the scoring.

Sadly there was no joy for an U13 side hit by injury and illness who lost heavily to Kodak.

Meanwhile, the U15s' game with St Andrews was postponed when the opposition couldn't raise a team, and the U11s League Cup game with Greenford Celtic was called off for the third time because of a waterlogged pitch.

MIDDLESEX COUNTY LEAGUE DIVISION TWO Warren FC...................................1 FULHAM DYNAMOES SPORTS....7

KEEPER Mike Smith proved the hero as Dynamos eventually ran out comfortable winners at Warren.

Smith saved two first-half penalties to keep his side on level terms at half-time,before rounding off a second-half rout with a successful spot kick of his own.

The Fulham custodian's heroics overshadowed a second hat-trick of the season for Remi Otudeko, while Nick Adam chipped in with a brace and Russell Gungor was also on target.

Meanwhile,a Richard Casey strike couldn't save Dynamos' reserves from going down 4-1 at home to Sporting Duet.

MIDDLESEX COUNTY LEAGUE DIVISION ONE (WEST) NORTH KENSINGTON .................3 My Generation Sports.................0

CAMERON HALL chipped in - literally - with two lobbed goals for North Ken on Saturday.

He opened the scoring against My Generation by chipping the keeper from 35 yards, then doubled the lead by lobbing two defenders on the line after the same custodian lost the ball on the edge of his box.

Christopher Herbet completed the scoring with his first of the season, from Sebastian Philogene's corner. [

* DEADLY DUO Khlaam McFarlane and Remaine Laing both netted hat-tricks as North Kensington U12s won 10-1 at Larkspur Rovers.

A debut brace from Daniel Thompson and a Rico Finlasyon strike completed the rout. 

* HOT-SHOTS Jonathon Mercado and Rajat Akpom repeated the trick with a treble each for the U11s.

Amar Sohail, Sterling Harris, Zakaria Maimouni and Shae Finlayson were also on the scoresheet as they beat Pitshanger 10-0.