The latest youth football action from Bishop's Stortford Community Football Club's under-16 Saints, under-18 Rovers, under-15 Rangers and under-13 Rovers
Three players scored hat-tricks in a memorable 12-2 win for Bishop's Stortford Community Football Club under-16 Saints away to Hoddesdon Town Red.
Alfie Smith, who was named man of the match, Trey Jarvis and Harrison Walker all claimed trebles as the visitors stormed to success in the Mid-Herts Rural Minors League, Division Two game.
Sid Clark helped himself to a brace and Zen Rapley was also on target for the scintillating Saints.
Adam Blair-Park scored and earned the man-of-the-match plaudits when under-18 Rovers won 3-1 at Paringdon Lions in Division Two.
He opened the scoring inside the opening 10 minutes with a left-foot finish from Charlie Fisher's low cross.
Paringdon showed some flashes of intent, but it was still something of a surprise when they equalised with 20 minutes on the clock following a speedy breakaway.
However, Rovers were back in front before the break thanks to Will Thacker's volley. The defender, who was back from injury, almost scored again soon after with a shot that cannoned off the bar.
Rovers had the wind behind them in the second period as they increased their domination and were rarely troubled.
And they sealed the points when Fisher brought down a clearance from the home shot-stopper, shrugged off a defender's challenge and found the bottom corner.
Under-15 Rangers left it late to secure a 1-0 victory over Bengeo Tigers in Royston Crow League, Division Two.
Jack Farley produced a superb finish three minutes from time to earn his side maximum points after they had been thwarted on numerous occasions by Bengeo's excellent goalkeeper.
Casey Grant rounded off a 3-0 success for under-13 Rovers over Royston Town Falcons in RCL Division Four.
Some fantastic defending from Leo Papaefstratiou helped to keep Rovers on level terms during an end-to-end first half.
And they scored three times in quick succession after the restart through Daniel Bulman, Florian Ward and Grant to claim the points.