Emmanuel Ochube is the hottest shot around in junior football at the moment.
Last season the talented youngster tucked away 32 goals for his Netherton team in 18 appearances - and he’s well on the way to bettering that this term.
On Sunday he smashed six goals for Netherton Phoenix Under 13s as they beat Junior Alliance League Division Two rivals Deeping Blue 10-2 and that took his tally to an impressive 24 from just seven games.
The big win, in which Daniel Laxton also claimed a hat-trick, keeps Phoenix in second place in the table, four points adrift of unbeaten high-fliers Colsterworth.
In Under 13 Division One, it’s still Alconbury and Hampton Blue setting the early pace.
Alconbury made it five wins out of five by seeing off Holbeach Yellow 8-0 through goals by Harrison Radwell (3), Connor O’Donovan (3) and Ryley McDougald (2).
Hampton Blue had to fight a lot harder to maintain their 100 per cent record from four games against Yaxley. They won 2-1 thanks to strikes by Joshua Gore and Harry McLaughlin.
Northern Star Black are top of Under 13 Division Three. They won 9-2 at Glinton and Northborough Amber on Sunday with William Ferris, Michael Mulqueen and Laurence Sutton all hitting doubles.
In Under 13 Division Four, Stamford missed out on the chance to go level top with Park Farm Black when crashing 9-3 at home to Holbeach Black. Kieran Twitchen (4), Lewis Smith (3) and Cameron Bedden (2) were the Holbeach scorers.
Wasps are clearly the team to beat in Under 14 Division One. Goals from Connor Bell (2), Taylor Horne (2), Sean Spalding, Jay Whyatt and Jazleigh Fife earned them a 7-0 triumph against March Rangers and that was a sixth win from six games.
Second-placed Gunthorpe Navy were impressive 7-1 winners at Blackstones and they had Ryan Bishop (3), Callum Dalliday (2), Oluwatomi Ogunyoye and Callum Ford on target.
March Soccer School are the new leaders in Under 14 Division Two after a 6-0 win at Deeping Amber. Alfie Asher was their hat-trick hero.
There are always stacks of goals in Under 14 Division Three and leading the way this week were Thorney.
They thumped Crowland 11-1 and it was two substitutes who did the bulk of the damage as Barnaby Dougherty helped himself to five goals and Ben Smart four.
The biggest weekend win at Under 12 level came in a League Cup match as Feeder cracked a dozen without reply against Malborne.
Lewis Baughan led the rout with five goals, Trafford Crane scored three and Tyler Dare, Luca Di Canio, Max Wyld and Wayne Cort each hit one.
Deeping Blue and One Touch are joint top of Under 12 Division One. Deeping won 10-0 at Holbeach with Shane Bointon (4) and Harry Barsby (3) leading the way while One Touch beat Gunthorpe 6-0.