Deeping Blue Under 14s produced a stunning county cup performance at the weekend.
The Junior Alliance League Division One team visited Division Three side Rippingale and Folkingham in the first round of the Lincolnshire Cup and cruised to a whopping 27-0 win.
No less than 12 of their 14 players got on the scoresheet with Daniel Bawa and substitute Oliver Hall-King both smashing five goals.
Sandile Possiwe and Sam Jordan claimed hat-tricks, Sebastian Hoppe, Ryan Olbromski and Harry Tidswell all fird doubles and there were singles strikes for Calum Arden, Toby Clegg, Charlie Davis, Jack Nottage and Christopher Wood.
In the same competition Bourne Red did well to advance at the expense of Lincoln United.
They won 3-2 thanks to goals by Alfie-Jay Smith (2) and Reegan Martin.
In the same age group there were also good wins for Whittlesey and March Soccer School in the Cambs Cup.
Whittlesey knocked out Cambridge City 2-1 through goals by Kristian Frank and Kieran Strowger, while March had Jay Rout (2), Alex Redhead and Adam Brady to thank for a 4-1 win against Newmarket Town.
In Under 14 Division One, Wasps are still buzzing. The table-toppers made it five wins out of five by stinging Leverington 9-0.
Leading the way with a hat-trick was Conor Bell with Jazleigh Fife (2), Tychique Muendo, Josjua Dunmore, Nasir Nabi and Tayo Akinsanya also scoring.
All the Under 12 League Cup ties played on Sunday went according to form.
The first round tie between Deeping Blue and One Touch was a repeat of last season’s Under 11 final and once again it was Deeping who came out on top. They won 1-0 thaks to a second-half strike by Shane Bointon.
In the Under 12 Hereward Cup, Joshua Marshall scored all of his side’s goals as Glinton and Northborough Black beat Park Farm Red 4-0 while Mason Hibbert-Rankin and Ronnie Smith hit hat-tricks for Spalding Orange in an 8-0 win over FC Peterborough.
There’s no change at the top of Under 13 Division One with the top three sides all enjoying comfortable victories.
Leaders Alconbury hit Deeping Claret for six with Harrison Radwell on target three times in a 6-2 win.
Second-placed Hampton Blue won 5-2 at Wisbech St Mary with Lemar Moore’s treble taking his goal tally for the season to 13.
And third-placed Feeder had it all their own way against Hampton Royal. They won 10-1 with Cai Taylor netting six times and Elijas Bagdonavicius twice.