Charlie Sumpter hit a hat-trick as Bedfont Green U9 Youth thrashed Ashtead Colts 7-0 on Sunday.
Lewis Wood, Kyle Carton and Ryan Couch were also on target, while a own-goal completed the rout.
It was an own-goal which settled the game as the U7s beat Esher 1-0, but keeper Sidney Thompson was the real match-winner with a penalty save.
The U10 Colts were another side to benefit from an own-goal as they stayed top of the table with a 5-2 win over Corinthian Casuals.
Yousef Hedfi, Harry Pennington, Liam Gregory and Charles Holmes were also on the mark.
Josh Robbins netted twice as the U9s too went top of the table with a win over Esher by the same scoreline.
Tyler Shrubb, Ronan Silva and Joey Morrison all made the score-sheet too.
However, a Liam Woodhead strike was not enough to prevent the U8s going down 2-1 to Staines Albion.
* HOT-SHOT Louis Robinson Ventour added another four goals to his ever-growing tally for Old Isleworthians U9s on Sunday.
His glut of goals, plus a great left-foot strike by James Spillard, earned Old Is a 5-1 win over Spelthorne.
Daniel O'Connell played superbly in the middle of the park, but Archie Henley was man-of-the-match for some great defending and fine crosses going forward.
The U7 Whites drew 1-1 with Hampton Youth, keeper Paul Fanning being unlucky with the Hampton goal after saving the first effort.
Matthew Dennis was man-ofthe-match as the U7 Reds drew 2-2 with Barnes, Ryan Peries making some fine defensive tackles too.
* TWO first-class saves from keeper Jack Kaya were not enough to earn Hampton Youth U7s three points on Sunday.
Sam Dunne gave them the lead against Old Isleworthians, but not even Kaya could prevent the equaliser. James Harper was star man for some commanding defending.
The U11s were also denied victory when, leading 2-1 against Sheen Lions, they were pegged back for a 2-2 draw.
Jack Pennett, with a deft header, and Charlie John notched for Hampton.
Oliver Rees put in a brave performance between the sticks but could not prevent the U8s going down 4-0 to Old Is.
Max Coopey came closest to scoring with a shot which cannond back off the crossbar.
The U10s dominated against Esher, hitting both bar and post, but lost 2-0.