Alconbury Under 13s remain on course for a trophy treble after a big PFA Cup win at the weekend.
The Junior Alliance Division One title favourites hammered Park Farm Red 13-1 on Sunday to cruise into the semi-finals and they are also in the last four of the League Cup.
Once again it was Harry Radwell who figured prominently on the scoresheet.
He found the back of the net four times to make it a staggering 55 goals from 15 appearances this season and there was also an awesome foursome for Connor O’Donovan.
The rest of the Alconbury goals came from Harvey Gargiulo (2), Josh Ramsaran (2) and Kian Pilkington with Callum McAuley netting for Park Farm.
Joining Alconbury in the PFA Cup semis are Wisbech St Mary, Hampton Blue and Holbeach Yellow.
Willis Wright scored five goals as Wisbech St Mary beat Deepi ng Claret 8-2, while Hampton and Holbeach were both 4-1 winners against Werrington Blue and Bourne respectively.
Meanwhile, in Under 13 Division Three, Northern Star Black moved four points clear of Park Farm Red with a 12-1 crushing of Crowland.
The Under 13 Division Four title race is over already. Park Farm Black’s 4-0 win at Parkside was their 11th from 11 games and means they can’t be caught.
Daniel Sot (2), Gediminas Kozik and Gerson Reis Sami were their scorers.
Gunthorpe Navy narrowed the gap on Under 14 Division One leaders Wasps to two points by hitting Deeping Blue for six. On target in their 6-0 win were Callum Ford (2), Oluwatomi Ogunyoye (2), Christopher Seery and Braden Duffy-Henson.
In Under 14 Division Two there was a nine-goal thriller at Langtoft.
Visitors Phoenix breezed into a 5-0 lead in the first-half, but Langtoft mounted a spirited fightback in the second half and only just came up short.
On target for Phoenix were Diogo Monteiro (2), Fowler Edwards (2) and Jakub Komisarczyk while Langtoft’s scorers were Thomas Hill (2), Sam Bell and James Russell.
Gunthorpe Sky were big winners in Under 14 Division Three. They won 12-4 at Crowland with Kyle Clarke helping himself to five goals.
In Under 12 Division Two, Young Dons kept their title hopes alive with a 5-3 win against Oundle.
Arron Pike was a hat-trick hero for Young Dons while George Weed also fired a treble for Oundle.
Connor James bagged a brace for Under 12 Division Three leaders Hungate in their 4-2 win over Glinton and Northborough Black.
Snapping at their heels are Wisbech St Mary, who were 5-1 winners against Whittlesey Red with substitute Daniel Cave netting twice.
In Under 12 Division Four, Spalding Orange joined Stanground level on points at the top after a 4-2 win over Tydd St Mary in which William Smith grabbed a hat-trick.