Isleham Under-14 Girls ran riot during their encounter against Milton Under-14 Girls, running out 11-2 winners as Amy McLean and Talia Irvine helped themselves to four goals each.
It was McLean that opened the scoring early on, before Irvine put Isleham 2-0 up.
Mia Yearn took control after that, firing in a first-half hat-trick before McLean’s second goal of the game made it 6-0.
Three more goals from Irvine followed in the second half, while McLean bagged a brace to match her team-mates’ exploits in front of goal.
There was also enough time for Milton to score a couple of consolation goals.
n Newmarket Town Under-12 Girls made it four wins on the bounce by overcoming their Netherton counterparts.
Katie Spiers and Olivia Bradley were on target for the Newmarket youngsters, who sit third in the S-Tech Under-12A Girls League.
n Laureate Primary School’s reward for winning the Under-11 County Championships is a place in the regional finals of the ESFA Danone Nations Cup — the world’s biggest football tournament for 10-12 year olds.
The Newmarket-based school will enter the competition — hosted by Sporting Thamesmead — on Thursday, March 16.