DIVISION One leaders TS Sports Hammers maintained their excellent start to the season with victory over Barton Rovers Spartans in the UNDER-10 LEAGUE CUP.
The Newhall outfit ran out 3-1 winners thanks to goals from Tommy Gotheridge (2) and Nico Ambrose as Ben Wilson pulled one back for Barton.
Hilton Harriers Jets soared to a 9-0 win against lower division Albert Village Hurricanes as Sam Mycroft (2), Daniel Dodd (2), Nathan Brown (2), Max Bosley, Danny Clover and Callum Samson capitalised on a gulf in class.
It was a better day for Albert Village Tornadoes, who replicated the form that has swept them to the top of Division Three by dumping out top-flight outfit Marlborough Rovers 2-1 thanks to goals from Morgan Rowland and Alex Topham.
Rovers’ consolation goal was scored by Brody Lee-Moore.
Marlborough Rovers Black were no match for Stretton Eagles, for whom Luke Gill, Miles Price, Lewis Roach and Riley Nixon found the net in a 4-0 success.
Whittington Villa squeezed through as Joshua Cox scored the only goal against Rocester Red.
Division Two side Ashby Ivanhoe Knights put their poor league form behind them to register a 4-3 win against Midway, while Riverside Athletic Black swept aside Newhall Tigers 7-3.
Joshua Hall (3), Toby Smith (2) and James Warren (2) were on target for Riverside, while Benjamin Wells scored a treble for Tigers.
In contrast, a William Matthews goal was enough to secure victory for Santos Juniors Ravens against Belvedere Park Blue.
The tie between Rolleston Red from Division Three and Division Four’s TS Sports Rovers went true to form.
Rolleston edged it 2-1 thanks to goals from Harrison Eves and substitute Charlie Spendlove as Connor Hickling found the net for TS.
TS Villa had no trouble in ousting fellow Division Three side Woodville Rangers Black as Joe Wheatcroft (2), Max Haywood (2), Benjamin Fido and James Pruden powered them to a 6-0 win.
In the only BRIAN MOLE UNDER-10 DIVISION TWO fixture, Netherseal St Peter’s were 1-0 winners against Uttoxeter Juniors.
Hatton Sports moved to the top of HARDY SIGNS UNDER-10 DIVISION THREE with a 3-0 defeat of Chellaston Red Sox, while LRT beat Willington 5-2 thanks to goals from Taine Garner (2), Harvey Dudley and Jack Smith.
Alrewas Colts picked up their first win of the season in BJFL UNDER-10 DIVISION FOUR thanks to a solitary Callum Richardson strike against Rocester Blue.
Henry Collins and George Malkin were the scorers for Belvedere Park Blue in a 2-1 win against Outwoods Hawks, who had Reece Allen on target.
In McDONALD’S UNDER-NINE DIVISION ONE, Hilton Harriers Falcons edged to a 2- 1 victory as Joshua Beeston and Joshua Burrows netted against Barton Rovers Hercules, who replied through Charles Newton.
A solitary goal from Kasper Sekowski was enough to secure victory for UNDERNINE DIVISION TWO leaders Marlborough Rovers against Stretton Eagles Black.
Euan Reid (2), Kyle Walters (2) and Aijay Singh Rai were the scorers for Outwoods Eagles in a 5-0 defeat of Hilton Harriers Hawks.
Rolleston Black had Liam Mewis on target, but Whittington Vipers took the honours by a 2-1 scoreline.
The only game in UNDER-NINE DIVISION THREE resulted in a 3-3 stalemate between Marlborough Rovers and Barton Rovers Spartans.
Charlie Smith (2) and Tom Wilson scored for Marlborough, while Spartans hit back through Ben McHoul (2) and Joshua Kendrick.
With other teams in cup action, Uttoxeter Juniors leapt to the top of UNDERNINE DIVISION FOUR in emphatic style as Belvedere Park were crushed 8-1.
Uttoxeter’s scorers were Ashton Bagley (2), Daniel Beech (2), Eric Hennessy (2), Ben Wain and Vaughan Holmes, while Belvedere’s consolation goal came from Luke Jeffery.
Woodville Rangers also enjoyed a big win as Benjamin Tallett (3), Alfie Webster (2) and Joshua Sturgess-Tagell sentenced Hilton Harriers Eagles to a 6-0 defeat.
Safvuk Atwal, meanwhile, was the scorer for Willington Blue in a 1-1 draw with Mickleover Sports.
In the UNDER-NINE CUP, Winshill Green lost 6-0 to Chellaston Boys, but it was a better day for Winshill Gold, who beat Gresley Juniors 5-2.
The Gold-en boys were Christopher Gooding (2), Louis Pennington (2) and Tom Chambers, while Gresley reduced the deficit through a Rhys Kirk double.
Abbots Bromley went down 7-0 to Whittington Wildcats.
Hatton Sports had Dylan Bramall and Tyler McLaughlin on target in a 2-1 win against Ashby Ivanhoe.