There was a feast of goals in the first round of the Under 13 PFA Cup on Sunday with five teams reaching double figures.
Leading the way were Division One title-chasers Hampton Blue with a 17-1 demolition of Division Two side Blackstones.
And it was two of the substitutes who did the bulk of the scoring with Lemar Moore smashing six goals and Rio Smith four.
Another six-shooter was Yaxley’s Kyall Woods. He scored his double hat-trick in a 15-2 win over Park Farm Black with Toby Downes coming off the bench to fire a treble.
Wisbech St Mary also hit 15 goals. They ran out 15-1 winners against March Rangers and had 10 players on their scoresheet.
They were Steve Takam Reshetnyk (3), Ryan Moore (2), Willis Wright (2), Alfie Rogers (2), Luke Hemsley, Jadon Phillips, Tomas Pranauskas, Brody Warren, Samuel Wood and Kieran Hibbins.
Ryan Thomas achieved the top individual score of the day. He cracked a magnificent seven in Spalding’s 13-1 beating of Stamford.
Deeping Claret had three hat-trick heroes as they hammered Holbeach Black 10-0. They were Joshua Raven, Jack Patterson and Oskar Storti.
Holbeach Yellow, Leverington and Alconbury were all one goal off double figures.
James Clark scored six for Holbeach in a 9-1 victory against Thurlby, Harrison Radwell (4) and Ryley McDougald (3) led the way for Alconbury in a 9-3 win against Colsterworth, and Tristan Jones struck four times for Leverington in their 9-2 triumph at Whittlesey.
William Howarth, son of former Posh star Lee, was the main man for Under 12 Division Two leaders Werrington.
He tucked away three of the goals as his side beat Oundle 7-1 to maintain their one-point lead over Whittlesey Blue.
Another William conquered for Sawtry in Under 12 Division Three. Super-sub William Gargiulo netted all of the goals as his side recorded their first win of the season by beating Hungate 4-2.
In Under 12 Division Four, Hampton Royal made it three wins out of three to narrow the gap on leaders Spalding Orange. They beat Holbeach Girls 6-2 with Jack Jackson on target three times.
Under 14 Division One table-toppers Wasps bounced back from last weekend’s cup shock when beating Glinton and Northborough Amber 5-2 to maintain their five-point advantage. Connor Bell scored three of their goals.