Stockbrook's five-star performance means they stay ahead of rivals
TWO goals each from Anas Ali and Bradley Greatorex helped Under-9 Group One leaders Stockbrook Colts stay ahead of rivals Mackworth St Francis All Stars in the race for the title.
Their goals, plus a fifth from Ben Rose, led Stockbrook to a 5-0 defeat of Chellaston Boys Athletic.
Mackworth, meanwhile, were 2-1 winners at Littleover Dazzlers Real.
George Barford scored twice for Mackworth, with Joseph Marshall replying.
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The win means Mackworth stay level on points with the leaders but with slightly fewer goals scored.
Connor Ayscough-Burton and Liam Taylor scored for Spondon Dynamo Black Sox as they beat Allestree Juniors Ajax 2-1.
Adam Hardy got the Allestree consolation.
In Group Two, a defeat for Stanton Ilkeston Iron Men – plus draws for Field Lane Falcons and Sinfin Sharks Orange Sox – means there is now a three-way battle for the runners-up spot in this division with only one match remaining.
Stanton were beaten 5-0 by champions Belper Sports Black Sox, with Will Cope and Harvey Brown scoring two goals each. Bradley Austin got their fifth.
The other game in this division saw Alvo Boys All Stars beat Ashbourne Aztec Tigers 5-1.
Joshua Woolley bagged a brace for the winners, with Joel Tiawana and Flynn Brennan also on target.
Ilkeston FC Whites put three past Chellaston Boys Red Sox with only one in reply to inch closer to Group Three leaders LE Galaxy.
Ilkeston were 2-0 up, with goals from Connor Knowles and Harvey Gilbert, before Chellaston pulled a goal back through Toby Fisher.
However, Ewan Pennington's third for Ilkeston saw them steal the points.
Lewis Watson, Lewis Burley and Callum Noonan were among the scorers as Derwent beat Belper Town Juniors Black Sox 4-0.
Riverside Juniors Rapids almost managed double figures at Little Eaton Diamonds All Stars in their game.
Led by hat-tricks from Kane Schoolar and Thomas Wilmot, Riverside triumphed 9-0 to secure their second win of the season in style.
Lewis Hill and Christopher Walker were also on the scoresheet.
Dylan Sanghera was a hat-trick hero for Heatherton Hawks as they beat Stanton Ilkeston Blue Sox 4-0.
Kenzie Pickering also scored.
One of the biggest wins of the weekend came in Group Four, as Ilkeston FC Reds beat Ashbourne Aztecs 16-0.
They are now only three points behind the leaders and it took them only three minutes to open the scoring, when keeper Alfie Roberts scored from the penalty spot.
Aaron Birkin went on to add five goals to the tally and was joined on the scoresheet by Ellis White (2), Ethan Lowe (2), Oliver Gregory (3), Canvern Stevenson-Harris and Daniel Eardley.
George Chapman rounded it off with his first goal of the season.
Corey Whittingham scored a hat-trick for Allestree Juniors Monaco as they beat Field Lane Lions 5-0. Alex McCaul and Freddie Perrott also scored.
Spondon Rovers Flames celebrated a 1-0 victory over Littleover Dazzlers Barca, thanks to a goal from Sam Barnes.
Dan Wood and Alex Bardon notched the goals as Mickleover 95 Rams beat Spondon Dynamo White Sox 2-0.
In Group Five, Allestree Juniors Bayern climbed to the top of the table after defeating Mickleover Jubilee Jets 2-0.
Emilio de Abreu and Henry Dickinson notched the goals.
Lucas Sowton scored the only goal as Ashbourne Aztecs beat Chesapeake Braves.