Red-hot Holbeach United under-11s smashed Peterborough-based Park Farm Pumas under-11s by a whopping 21 goals to nil as they progressed to the quarter finals of the PFA Cup in style.
Jordan Elston got the rout rolling inside 27 seconds with the first of seven individual goals, while James Clark (2), Willis Wright (2), Charlie Parkes, Alfie Wilson and Tyler McKendrick also notched to make it 11-0 at the break.
Clark and Wright both added two more apiece in the second half to finish with four goals each, while Jack Cunnington (2) and Callum Hoole completed the demolition.
• Pinchbeck United under-15s secured a fine 3-1 away success at March Saracens under-15s.
United got the scoring under way when a brilliant through ball from Jamie Wroniak was met by Jonny Lockie, who slammed it past the helpless keeper.
March came back into the game in the second half and levelled in the 63rd minute, but Pinchbeck were soon back ahead when Lockie delivered a fine pass for Jordan Nicholls to finish.
The duo then combined again to seal the points, with another lovely Lockie delivery allowing Nicholls to double his money.
• Spalding Orange under-1s were out-gunned 5-2 against Powerleague Colts under-14s – despite producing a fine first-half showing.
Spalding started the stronger of the two teams and took an early lead with a goal from Bradley Froggatt.
Two quick Powerleague goals turned the game on its head, before Oliver Warren notched to get Orange back on level terms.
That was as good as it got for the young Spalding side though, with Colts getting back ahead before half time and then adding two unanswered second-half strikes.
• The prolific Tapi Shahwe grabbed a hat-trick to inspire Pinchbeck United under-14s to a 6-0 victory over March under-14s.
Josh Lawrence teed-up Shahwe for the opener, which was drilled low into the net.
Layton Maddison then delivered a corner for Kieron Hamilton to head home the second, before Callum Davies slotted a pass through the middle for Lawrence to slam into the net for 3-0.
Now playing the flowing football that has become their trademark, Maddison crossed for Shahwe to bury his second on the half-hour.
Not done there, Callum Clarke neatly chipped a ball into Shahwe to complete a terrific treble.
March managed to contain United a bit better after that, but there was still time for Clarke to get his name on the score-sheet after a driving run and finish.
• Young Dons under-11s continued their impressive form with a solid 6-1 away victory at an improving Spilsby under-11s.
Dons’ Kieran Greetham found the corner of the net with a neat finish to make it 1-0, but Spilsby equalised almost immediately.
Undeterred, Greetham doubled his tally soon after when he burst through to score. He then completed his hat-trick with a subtle chip over the advancing keeper.
A Joseph Brookes penalty then made it 4-1 at half-time, then Greetham grabbed his fourth after the break when he smashed in a George Thornley cross. Thornley then completed the rout with a superb individual effort.
• Jack Pettet’s fabulous five-goal haul fired Pinchbeck Predators under-11s to a dominant 15-0 win over Tydd St Mary under-11s.
Two unfortunate own goals and a brace from Jack Forster put Predators 4-0 ahead early on, before Ben Atkinson added a double to make the score 6-0 at the interval.
Young forward Pettet, known as ‘JP’, then came to the fore with a five-goal spree in the second half to take Pinchbeck into double figures.
Ethan Withers made it 12 with a fine volley from the edge of the 18-yard box and Jacob Drew cut in from the wing to fire home the 13th.
There was still time for Forster to complete his treble and for Dylan Evans to notch.