Feeder FC Under 12s and Park Farm Pumas Red Under 13s were the top scorers on the opening day of the Peterborough Junior Alliance League season, both roaring to 12-0 wins.
Feeder scored their dozen at Division Three rivals Werrington Athletic with Luke Frisby helping himself to five of the goals, Branislav Pavko hitting a hat-trick and Mason Clarke and T-Jay Duell both firing doubles.
The Pumas’ big win was against Bourne Town Red in a Division Three match and their scorers were Ashley-James Hudson (3), Cameron Love (2), Riley Sheppard (2), Robbie Ireland (2), Kai Jones, Sead Zeneli and Harvey Fletcher.
It was also an Under 13 Division Three game which produced the best individual scoring effort of the day.
That honour went to Blaze Snell, who scored six of Peterborough Northern Star’s goals in a 9-1 win against Hampton Blue.
Flynn Slater was another player with his shooting boots on. He claimed five for Holbeach United Reds Under 13s in a 6-1 win against Stamford Yellows in Division Two.
In Under 13 Division One, Stamford Young Daniels Red won 10-1 at Oundle Town with Ewan Simmons netting four times.
In Under 14 Division Three, Brandon Sharman scored four for March Academy as they kicked off with a 6-0 win over Pinchbeck while Adam Crane also bagged four goals for Long Sutton Ahletic in their 11-2 beating of Gunthorpe Harriers Navy.
Completing the list of four-timers was Jayden Harrison. who did it for Parkside Yellow Under 12s in a 6-4 win against Blackstones Green.
Peterborough Sports Under 16s suffered a shock defeat in their opening Peterborough Youth League fixture on Sunday.
The runaway champions at Under 15 level last season were away to league newcomers Stewart & Lloyds and came a rare cropper.
They lost 4-2 to the Corby team after having Ryan Barfoot and Shaun Bradley sent off.
Peterborough Northern Star Under 18s got their Division One campaign off to a cracking start as they thrashed Boston United Community FC 13-1.
Florian Nobel Guimdo led the way on the scorsheet with a super six and there were doubles for Cameron Long, Kieran Pledger and Dean Worley. Adam Steels also netted to make it 13.
In the same Under 18 division, league new boys Chatteris Town were hammerd 8-1 at home by Yaxley.
David Ibrahim (2), William Gore (2), Rory Nicholson (2), Aidan Mulhern and Brandon Orchard scored for Yaxley with Reece Drew replying for Chatteris.