Tiny Terror Azeez Dairo's hat-trick sent Bedfont Sports through to the Middlesex Senior Open Cup ThirdRound on Saturday.
Standing at little more than 5ft, Dairo made up for what he lacks in height with the ball at his feet, helping Sports maintain their unbeaten run in this competition since 2005 with a 4-1 win.
Dairo twice beat the offside trap in the space of seven minutes to get Sports under-way, and Neville Barrett headed a third from Paul Conney's cross.
Broadfields pulled one back before the break, but Dairo completed his hat-trick in a second-half which marked an impressive debut for Isa Muhammed.
The following day, Jake Saville finally broke his duck for Bedfont Sunday to earn a 1-1 draw with Sunbury Athletic in the West Middlesex Sunday League Premier.
Harry Driver was star man, while there were impressive debuts for Ricky Owen and Luke Whiteman, and solid returns for Jamie Cleary and Mark Clark.
They will also have new-boy, former Brentford player Karle Andrews, and the returning Ziggy Zuski available for next week's clash with Hampton Village.
A Sunday Reserves side missing Ricky Bates, Jamie Field and birthday-boy Andrew Peppiatt, lost their 100 per cent record with a 5-1 defeat at AFC Teddington in the Intermediate Division.
Goals from Shane Gates, Micky Parma, Vinny Hodge and Simon Lamb gave the Sunday A side a 4-1 win over Meadhurst in Division One.
And the Sunday Sports side returned to winning ways in Division Three,beating AC Hounslow All Stars 4-2.