Goal machine Isaac Mpianna took his season's tally to 31 with another double for Whitton Wanderers U16s on Sunday.
Zak Green, with an acrobatic back heel, was also on target as the side kept up their good form of late with a hard fought 3-1 win away at Links FC.
The U12s played out a goalless draw with promotion rivals Sandate in which Patrick Kavanagh hit the underside of the bar, but Whitton keeper Rohin Sood also made some good saved at the other end to earn the man of the match award.
Substitute Oliver Palmer made an instant impact and was among the scorers as the U8 Eagles came from behind twice to beat Molesey Junior Colts 3-2 in a friendly, with good performances from Joseph Hayward, Oscar Gordon, Thomas Madigan, Jackson Lewis-Cole and Harry Perez.
Meanwhile, the U10 Hawks celebrated victory in a tournament hosted by Mitcham Park by winning every game and scoring 14 goals without conceding. Luca Brunelli bagged four, Benji Woodard three and Sherif Neziri and Calvin Kangoya two each, while solitary strikes came from Joe Edet, Adam Mackinney and Thomas Webb.
The final pitched the Hawks against Raynes Park, with the Hawks soaring to a comfortable 3-0 win and Thomas Webb picking up the player of the tournament award with some all-round quality performances.