It’s still early days but Hampton Royal Under 12s are looking good for a Junior Alliance league and cup double.
They’re sitting pretty at the top of Division Four with a 100 per cent record from five games and on Sunday they breezed through to the quarter-finals of the Hereward Cup at the expense of Rippingale and Folkingham.
They took the honours 8-0 with substitute Jack Jackson leading the way on the scoresheet with three goals and Thomas Trowbridge claiming a pair.
In Under 12 Division One, two goals from Ethan Young earned One Touch a 2-1 win over title rivals Baston and put them three points clear of Deeping Blue at the top.
Alconbury stretched their lead at the head of Under 13 Division One to six points in some style.
While closest rivals Hampton Blue were coming unstuck 4-3 at home to Feeder, Alconbury were roaring to a 16-0 win at Hampton Royal.
Star of the show with a nine-goal haul was Harrison Radwell and he’s now scored a whopping 27 goals in eight appearances this season.
In Under 13 Division Two, Netherton Phoenix won the top-of-the-table clash against Colsterworth 6-4. It was the Lincolnshire side’s first defeat of the season and they’ve had their lead over Phoenix cut to four points.
Hot-shot Emmanuel Ochube was a hat-trick hero for Phoenix, taking his seasonal tally to 29 goals from nine games.
Park Farm Red have taken over at the top of Under 13 Division Three from Northern Star Black, who were without a game on Sunday.
Park Farm pipped March 1-0 with a Liam Nightingale goal to make it five wins from five games.
And it’s a Park Farm team at the head of affairs in Under 13 Division Four as well.
Park Farm Black also made it five wins from five by beating Tydd St Mary 7-2 with Lacko Stanislav firing a treble.
Bourne Red and Langtoft both advanced to the third round of the Under 14 Lincs Cup.
Bourne knocked out local rivals Deeping Rangers Claret 10-3 with goals by Reegan Martin (4), Alfie-Jay Smith (2), Harry Tennant (2), Jamie Mills and Rowan Good, while Langtoft won 7-0 at Grimsby side Discoveries.
Their scorers were Sam Bell (2), George Cushen, Owen Jacobs, Daniel Malcolmson, James Russell and Ewan McCracken.