Lakenheath Under-13s put Rickinghall Gunners to the sword in our match of the week.
They took the lead in the 20th minute with an individual goal from Kane Manels and Jake Alecock coolly slotted away a penalty to double their advantage just before half-time.
A further four goals from Manels followed after half-time, along with strikes from man-of-the-match Matthew Hinchley, Joseph Martin and Tyler Garrett (two) making the final result 10-0.
Newmarket Town Under-16s Blue progressed to the quarter-finals of the Eastern Junior Alliance Challenge Cup with a 2-0 win at Barking.
Thomas Knowles capitalised on the host keeper’s missed clearance to run the ball in for 1-0 and Town doubled their lead shortly before half-time when Eamon Hatoum cleverly fed Jordan Foster to round the keeper.
The visitors withstood a spirited Barking fightback in the second half as Pat Youngs and the crossbar contrived to keep the home side at bay.
Isleham Girls Under-12s booked their place in the Cambs S-Tech Girls League Cup semi-finals with a 4-2 home victory over Hampton Royal.
The hosts got off to perfect start when Amy McLean opened the scoring and Talia Irvine added a second before half-time.
Hampton came out of the blocks fast at the start of the second half and scored almost straight from the kick-off.
Isleham made a few changes and were rewarded when Martha Bowker scored a with a header before McLean added her second to give Isleham a 4-1 lead.
Hampton continued to pressure and were awarded a penalty which was saved by Isleham goalkeeper Lois Brazier, although the visitors did add another consolation late on.