Ruislip Rangers U11s Girls ended their first Herts Girls Football Partnership League campaign on a high at the weekend.
A 5-2 win at Watford Ladies thanks to strikes from Rebecca Farhall (two), Chloe Hewitt, Lucy Hovell and Ella O'Loughlin saw them sign off with a win.
It was a result that ensued the U11s finished in mid-table.
There was heartbreak for Ruislip Rangers U12s Girls Blues in the Capital Girls League Cup final this week.
Ruislip were beaten 8-3 by QPR despite goals from Stevie Flaherty, Naomi Hickey and Niamh Reynolds.
Becky Rafferty and Eve Singleton were joint girls of the match as an Eve-Singleton hat-trick moved Ruislip U12s Clarets up to second place with a hard-fought 3-2 win over local rivals Chalfont Saints.
Results elsewhere will determine if they finish as runners-up.
Amy O'Connor and Grace Smith bagged braces to help the U13s edge out Tower Hill 4-3 in a thriller.
Hayley Whipp was completely dominant in midfield, working very hard at making strong runs forward and back with lots of quality passing.
Francesca Nunn got two and Stephanie Brown was on target in a 3-0 win for the U14s against Inslington. Girl of the match was Shauna Lehane
Danielle Buckland and Savana Fearon goals were not enough to prevent the U15s slipping to a 9-2 loss to Chesham.
Elsewhere, Hillingdon Abbots U17s upset the formbook to take the silverware at the Harrow League Cup final on Sunday.
Giving away a year’s experience to the U18 league Champions and County Cup winners, Forest U18s, Abbots produced an inspired performance as Harrison Okwa and Mason King scored the goals which ensured a 2-1 win.
Okwa struck first slotting his shot coolly into the corner while King showed ice cool nerves to slot home a penalty which proved to be the winner.
Abbots are holding open trials for all age groups on Saturday, May 31 at their club at Pole Hill Open spaces starting at 10am and for more information contact Laurence Cummings on email@example.com
Meanwhile, Hubert Adamek took centre stage as Sandgate U12s cruised to a win over Leatherhead on Sunday.
Adamek hit four of the goals in a 5-0 victory with team-mate Olajide Olaogun also on the mark.
The U11s were also in good goal-scoring form as they swept aside Old Osleworthians 4-0 with Archie Goodliff notching a brace while Taylor Chase and Ali Sohrabi were the others on target.
The U8s recorded an impressive 4-1 win over Glancoe United thanks to Kian Nicoll’s double with Sam Buckland and man of the match Oliver Parkin claiming one apiece.
Meanwhile, goals from Riley Marshall and Jesse Kenny could not prevent the U7s slipping to a 4-2 defeat in their friendly at Hanwell Youth where Rio McFarlane was their man of the match.