Only a win and a draw from their last three games is all Hampton Youth U16s need to lift the West Surrey Youth Premier title.

Jack Thompson kept them on track with a brace in Sunday's 5-2 win over Berrymead, with Jules Hornby, Rob Curtis and Olly Perkins also on target.

That followed their midweek 2-1 win over Ashford, in which Thompson and Harry Kidd netted. Jamie Fowler hit a hat-trick as the U8s beat Esher 7-6 in a thriller, with other goals coming from Owen Griffiths, Ryan Ward, Ronan and Cameron.

Ollie Costa hit a consolation as the U10s lost their first ever 11-aside match 3-1 to Heart of Teddlothians, before recovering to beat Rocks Lane 2-1 through Paul Chelton and Charlie Wiltshire. Egor Grannon bagged a brace, while Luke Humphrey,Charlie

Wright and man-of-the-match Jack Marshman were all on the mark as the U11s beat Woking Cougars, while the U13s secured their third straight win by beating Farnacombe 3-2 thanks to goals from Kai, Casper Naylor and Rueben Samouie. Harry Gallagher was star man.

A Goldie Lisolo strike was not enough for the U9 Manor side though as they took a step up in class and lost 6-1 to Premier Elite side Manorcroft, despite good displays from Molly Holmes and Ross Cutting.

* Bedfont Sports Girls U12s landed the Middlesex County Girls Division One League title on Sunday with a 3-0 win over Roundshaw.

Goals from Fatimah, Andi-Mae Dicker and Lauren Hole clinched the silverware.