Adraham Sossongo hit a hat-trick as Ickenham Youth U16s emerged 5-2 victors from their League Cup first round encounter at Actual Soccer.
Sossongo struck twice before the interval before grabbing a third late on as the hosts threatened a fightback.
Ickenham took the lead when Chris Jelev touched home a Callum Rogers header and Harry McCorkell then struck a fine finish into the net within five minutes to double the advantage.
Sossongo then scored a brace to put his team 4-0 up at the break.
Actual then hit back with a double strike of their own to give themselves a chance.
But Sossongo notched his hat-trick late on, with Rogers winning man of the match.
Ben Lemming scored a hat-trick of his own as the U7 Tigers won their first ever league match 8-6 at Pitshanger.
After racing into a six goal lead at the interval, the visitors nearly fell victim to complacency as Pitshanger pulled it back to 6-5.
Tigers’ roared to victory, as James Walsh and Travis Cross both notched a brace in the process, with two late goals to seal the match, despite conceding again before the end.
Rayon Belford was at the double as Explorers U10 Reds beat Chiswick Youth Whites 6-2.
Aiden Edwards, Kian Edwards, Thomas Hickey and Samuel Spasov all got on the scoresheet as Josh Odell was awarded man of the match.
Cameron Baird also scored a brace as the U15s side had a 5-0 win against Phoenix OB.
D'Andre Wainwright, Byron Quinlan and Jake Sobalak also scored with a man of the match effort from Jack Rossiter seeing Explorers to three points.
The U9s won 6-3 against Slough Youth, thanks in no small part to Jake Pickett who notched a hat-trick
Man of the match Ranvier Jamgotre also netted, while Louis Bunn and Godwin Bright added the icing on the cake.
Explorers U10 Blues won 3-2 against Chiswick Youth Reds, with a man of the match performance from Jaiden Brookman.
Two strikes from William Dunster alongside a solo effort from George Rowlands saw Explorers to the win.
The U11s were held to a 2-2 draw despite man of the match Alfie Taylor getting on the scoresheet.
Matthew Keane was named man of the match as goals from Joe Rossiter, Jacob Hughes and Charlie Penil weren’t enough to keep the U8 Reds from falling to a 7-3 defeat against Old Windsor Tigers.
Jorge Bailey’s brace and Jack Lacey’s solo goal provided positive signs as Explorers U8s three-week-old Purple team lost 7-3 to an experienced Burnham Junior Cubs Blues.
Christopher Burton was named man of the match and the U8s will gain confidence from an encouraging performance in their debut season.
Se O’Sullivan scored two long-range efforts as St Josephs U17 beat Headstone Manor 7-1 in the cup..
Dylan Louis, John Wickhan , James Hayes, Joe Carville and another long range striker from skipper James Disspain wrapped up the win.
Alex Stevens scored a brace to kick off Sandgate's fantastic weekend of results, with the U13s beating Corinthian Casuals 4-0 in the Surrey League Cup.
Stevens was joined on the score sheet by Jasper Bevis and Lewis Burksfield as the side progressed to the next round.
The U11 Blades triumphed against Windsor Harriers Gladiators 9-1 thanks to a brace apiece from Marshall Thorpe, Kian Duffy, Godfrey Owusu and Harris Jabaarkhel, with Dylan Saran scoring the other goal. Dean Cochrane was named man of the match.
Callum Nicoll and Jorsh Padda both scored a brace as the U10 Colts beat Ravenscourt Park Rangers 6-1. Harry Amer and man of the match Kyle Yates also scored.
Sandgate U9s beat Foxes Orange 6-1 with Alfie Brookfield scored notching a hat-trick, while Oliver Parkin scored a brace and Jake Waddock added the sixth. Sam Buckland was man of the match.
The U11 Arrows beat Chiswick Youth 5-2 thanks to Reece Cook-Hardy's double, Layton Hesketh, Ben Forde and Jack McKenzie. Joint man of the match was Sampurna Gurung and Charlie Parkin.
Sandgate U9s overcame West Drayton Youth 8-1 as Charley Marshall scored a hat-trick, Seth Gallagher and man of the match Meerwais Jabarkhel both notched braces and Zain Arvis also scored.
The U12s beat Worcester Park Colts 4-2, while the U14s drew 3-3 with Binfield Jets, after goals from Bradley Palmer, Jay Downing and Ryan Jackson.
Kodak U16s knocked hosts Forest United out the League Cup with a 5-3 victory.
The U15s B won their Division Two encounter with Hanwell A 5-3, with a brace from Connor Augustine alongside Keanu Brown, Nicholas Pell and Jayden Robinson. Both teams observed a minute's silence before the game as a mark of respect for Alice Gross.
Kodak U13s A won their Division One match against Acton Ealing Whistlers B 10-0 while the U12s were 6-2 victors over Brentham Colts B.
In Division One, the U14s were edged out 3-2 at home to FC Real and the U15s lost their Division Five match against Wealdstone B 4-2.
Kodak U11s were beaten by Venceremos 12-0 in Division Four.
Elsewhere, Cowley Youth U9s drew 2-2 with Yeading with Isaac Olum and Javin Defoe scoring and Braydon Hayes man of the match.
A double strike from man of the match Dante Phillips helped Harrow St Mary's U13s A to a 2-2 draw at Acton Ealing Whistlers.
The U11s lost narrowly at home 2-1 to Hampstead B, with a lone strike from Joseph Nelson not enough to earn a point.
A hat-trick from man of the match Dylan Moore wasn't enough for the U15s in the League Cup against The Heath, losing 5-3.
The U12s B lost 4-2 at Pinnstars despite goals from Xander Nimblette, Dev Pillai and a man of the match performance from Louie Wretham.
Ben McCarron scored a brace as the U13s B lost at home in the league to LNER C, while the U14s lost 8-0 to West Drayton.
Ickenham Youth u13s are looking for a goalkeeper and anyone interested can call club secretary Annette McCorkell on 07974 319443.