There were goals galore in Division Three of the Junior Alliance Under 14 League on Sunday.
Leading the way were leaders Thorpe Wood Rangers Blue with a 13-0 victory at Boston United.
Tyler Rooke was top scorer with five goals and there were hat-tricks for Ethan Bennett and Scott Stojanovic.
Riverside Blue were 7-4 winners at Colsterworth and they also had a five-star hero in the shape of Amaan Hussain.
The Glinton and Northborough Black versus King’s Cliffe clash produced nine goals and again it was the away team coming out on top. Jamie Wade hit a hat-trick for Cliffe with Benjamin Lovejoy bagging a brace.
There was only one game played in Under 14 Division Four but again there was goals aplenty as Pinchbeck walloped Parkside 12-1 to narrow the gap on leaders Oundle to three points.
Ben Mansour took his tally of goals for the season to a staggering 44 as he found the back of the net four times and there was a treble for Daniel Taylor.
In Division One of the Under 14 age group Northern Star Blue beat Holbeach 6-2 with Ahmed Shaer firing a hat-trick.
And Northern Star Under 13s didn’t have a bad weekend either.
They whacked 9v9 Division rivals Wittering 10-1 through goals by Nathan Rudman (3), Ashton Bennett-Williams (3), Williams Palmer (2), Phillip Creasey and Bradly Simpson to remain there points behind leaders Deeping Claret.
Rudman is top scorer in this division with 53 goals from 14 appearances.
Deeping were meanwhile beating Stanground 6-0 with Ewan McCracken helping himslef to a hat-trick to make it 39 goals for the season.
In Under 13 Division One long-time leaders King’s Lynn were stung 7-4 by closest challengers Wasps Blue, who have moved to within six points with three games in hand.
Connor Bell chalked up a hat-trick for Wasps with Taylor Horne chipping in with two.
There was a shock for Under 13 Division Two table-toppers March Rangers as they lost 1-0 at mid-table Whittlesey. Kristian Frank was the match-winner.
The top-of-the-table clash in Under 13 Division Four saw leaders Glinton and Northborough Black beat second-placed Bourne Red 6-3 through goals by Sandro Ferreira (3), Andrew Irvine (2) and William Abbott.