Matthew Haddow was hailed Headstone Manor Hawks’ U10s set-piece king on Sunday.
Haddow bagged a first half hat-trick in a 4-0 win over Ickenham Youth B with all the goals following corners.
The scoring was completed in the second half when Robbie Styles and Evan Plunkett put the ball over the line together to claim a share in the goal.
The U11s (pictured) boasted two hat-trick heroes as they swept aside Bessingby Park Rangers 6-1.
Rechan Esprit and Robert Hockaday were the respective sharpshooters to ensure the comfortable win.
Kian Gandhi was the hero for the U9s as they squeezed past LNER 3-2 on Sunday.
Gandhi struck the decisive blow on the stroke of half time after Manor’s 2-0 lead inside five minutes courtesy of strikes from Joshua Mangani and Anton Collins had been wiped out by the visitors.
The second half, in stark contrast to the first was tight and tense, but Manor held on to claim the points.
The U14s A were the club’s other winners this weekend as they beat FC Kensington 3-0 with Evenson Adu and Roman Dolobac among the scorers.
However, tired legs cost Headstone Manor Harriers U10s dearly as they faded in the last 10 minutes to lose 6-2 against Ickenham Youth C.
Harry Lyons and Goban Jasanthan were the lads on target for Manor.