Ben Saunders was the toast of his Whittlesey Blue Under 12 team-mates after scoring the only goal in a top-of-the-table clash.
His second-half strike was enough to clinch victory over big Division Two rivals Werrington and send Whittlesey five points clear at the top.
At the other end of the table Malborne celebrated a first league win of the season when overcoming Crowland 4-2.
Their goals came from Samuel Mee, Harrison King, Michal Pawelek and Louis Smith while Alex Ward and Kallem Eve replied for Crowland.
In the same division Sidney O’Connell scored four times as Glinton and Northborough Amber beat Leverington 5-3.
Mohammed Yousaf-Islam was another Under 12 player to find the back of the net four times. He did it as FC Peterborough chalked up their first league success of the season by beating Holbeach Girls 8-2.
There may only have been one game in Under 13 Division One but there was certainly no shortage of goals.
Wisbech St Mary and Yaxley produced nine with the former winning 6-3 thanks to a Willis Wright hat-trick and single strikes by Tomas Pranauskas, Jadon Phillips and Ryan Moore. On target for Yaxley were Kyle Rowell, Kyall Woods and Joshua Hogg.
In Under 13 Division Three, March Rangers’ sharp-shootting duo of Lewis Kent and Dalton Moore made it 21 for the season between them in the game against Whittlesey. Kent scored five and Moore hit a hat-trick as March ran out 9-2 winners.
Top individual scorer on Sunday was Kai Wood of Riverside Under 14s.
He put six goals away as his side beat Division Three rivals Pinchbeck 9-2. Zain Shiraz got the other three Riverside goals.
Stamford won the top-of-the-table clash in this division by beating closest challengers Thorney 3-1. Rory Guille, Jack Richardson and Liam Taylor were their goalscorers and Stamford have opened up a seven-point advantage at the top.
Harry Tennant scored a hat-trick for third-placed Bourne Town Red as they beat Feeder 5-3.
In Under 14 Division Two, leaders March Soccer School beat Spalding 6-0 with Hugo Bryant, Adam Brady, Brandon Fance, Alfie Asher, Jordan Palmby and Jay Rout doing the scoring.