Round-up of the action in the Peterborough Youth and Junior Alliance leagues
Holbeach United Yellow's sensational scoring streak in the Peterborough Youth League Under 15 Cup continued on Sunday.
The young Tigers scored 11 goals in each half to run out 22-2 winners against March Town Athletic.
After conceding seven goals in their opening Group D defeat to table-topping Spalding United Blues, Holbeach have hit a rich vein of form.
They defeated their Red team club-mates 5-0 before blasting 11 goals at Bourne Town Red last weekend with Sunday's super salvo taking their goal haul to 38 in just three games.
Kelvin Ibeneme led Sunday's scoring spree with a four-goal haul while there were hat-tricks for Thomas Hoyle, Elijah Jacques and Daniel Prince.
Reece Floyd and Max Seaman both struck twice with Callum Boon, Samir Cookson, Bartosz Zbigniew, Edward Barnes and Sam Pemberton also on target.
The huge victory keeps Holbeach in second spot in the group behind unbeaten leaders Spalding who were 9-0 home winners over Bourne Town Red.
Leland Dent bagged a brace for the Tulips with Noah Dexter, George Frost, Ben Greenace, Tyriece Buffong, Joshua Caller, Kiaran Grove and Alexandru-Dorin Metiu also netting.
Holbeach United Red claimed the club bragging rights with a 4-0 victory over their Black team stable-mates. Jack Baker, Aidan Holt, Harry Kelman and Ronnie Clayton were their marksmen.
Deeping Rangers remain among the leading lights in Group B after an 8-1 home win over Stamford Young Daniels White.
Beau Baines, Luke Woodhouse and Harry Rippon all netted twice for the Clarets with Jack Brearley and Alex Gavaghan also on target.
They remain two points adrift of group leaders Stamford Young Daniels Red who were 7-3 home winners over Thurlby Tigers. William Hartley, Louis Humphries and Lyndon Sysum netted for the visitors.
Pinchbeck United Sports are still seeking their first win in Group A after an 8-0 home defeat at Peterborough Northern Star.
Deeping United found their goal groove in the Under 18 Cup after a 14-1 away success at Colsterworth Colts.
Archie Rickards and Harrison Pearce both pocketed hat-tricks for United with Adam Blackbird, Finlay Henderson and Josh Raven netting braces. Vinni Ball and Harry Barsby were also on target.
Moulton Harrox Blue are top of Group A after a fine 3-1 home win over Stamford Young Daniels Yellow. Cameron Bedden, Boston Cash and Thomas Hill hit their goals.
Holbeach United Black went down to a 3-0 away defeat at Wisbech St Mary in the Group B table-topping tussle while Pinchbeck United Sports lost 14-1 at home to Park Farm Pumas in Group D.
Deeping United Blue blasted their way to a fourth successive victory in the Peterborough Junior Alliance's Under 13 Hereward Cup on Sunday.
They ran out 6-1 away winners at Glinton & Northborough Amber to cement their place at the top of Group A.
Harvey Wilkes netted twice for United with Joshua Lang, Jacob Pawlett, Joshua Desborough and Kian Jackson also scoring.
Thurlby Tigers Orange are still seeking their first points in the same section after a 3-2 away loss at Wittering Harriers. Joseph Summers and Leo Vonhof scored their goals.
Pinchbeck United were eventually beaten in a high-scoring clash with Stanground Sports Black at the same age group.
A cracking contest had finished 4-4 with Stanground shading the honours after triumphing 6-5 in a penalty shoot-out.
Alexandr Doades hit a hat-trick for Pinchbeck with Thomas King their other marksman.