Whitton Wanderers U15s 5-3 Spelthorne
Solly Khan ensured the U15s ended the season on a high as he blasted a hat-trick as Whitton beat Spelthorne.
Whitton finish the league in fifth place.
Bedfont & Feltham 2-9 U7 Panthers
Yusuf Hewavitarne took home the match ball after scoring a hat-trick in a comfortable away win.
Yuvraj Sekhon, Micah Jarvis and Armaan Patel bagged a brace each to cap a remarkable day.
Raynes Park Vale 1-6 U10 Hawks
Whitton Wanderers were on fire and left their hosts dazed in a comfortable away win.
Adam Mackinney and Joe Edet both scored inside the first three minutes with long-range efforts.
Edet added a second early in the second half before Luca Brunelli bagged two himself, along with an own goal to make it a comfortable win with Jack Johnson pulling the strings in midfield.
Whitton Wanderers Wrens 2-2 Kew Park Rangers
The Wrens played their second friendly and came away with a respectable performance against local opposition, Kew Park Rangers.
Two superb individual goals from Flo and Annah, topped a good day out with strong performances from Rebecca, Eden, Cali, Olivia and Abbie.
U10 Eagles 6-4 Rock Lane Rovers
Kevin Uka scored his first hat-trick of the season as the Eagles triumphed on their first ever game on the astroturf pitch.
Molesey Junior Colts 3-4 U8 Eagles
The U8 Eagles staged a remarkable comeback in the final quarter to take a dramatic victory.
The team struggled for most of the game but came to life in the closing stage as Oliver Palmer scored straight from kick-off.
Thomas Madigan set up Jackson Lewis-Cole to make it 3-2 before Palmer levelled the scores.
In the dying embers of the game, Palmer completed his hat-trick to give the Eagles a remarkable win having been off the pace for most of the game.
U10 Falcons 3-2 Woking
Falcons opened the scoring on 35 minutes due to the persistence of William going through two of the opposition team, then with an assist to Matthew who forcefully struck the ball into the net.
One minute later Falcons were two up but Woking hit back quickly to reduce the deficit.
On 45 minutes Matthew was brought down in the penalty area as he closed-in to score before dusting himself down to score from the spot.
Again Woking responded with pressure which led to their second to reduce the lead but Falcons continued to press forward and had to be careful not to expose their defence to fast counter attacks with their opponents always capable of levelling the score.
However it was not to be as Falcons capably maintained their composure, positions, passing and style of play to win.
Whitton U11s were also flagbearers at Brentford's 2-2 draw with Millwall last Saturday