HAWKER Jets continue to fly high in the Chester & District Junior League Under 10s Red Division.
The Jets, who play at the home of Welsh Premier League outfit Airbus UK Broughton, produced an impressive performance on Saturday to win 8-0 at home to an Elton team for whom Joshua Murray and Reece Davies did not deserve to be on the losing side.
Prolific duo Gerard Whyborn and Jake Johnson both hit hat-tricks for the Jets, while Sam Robinson and man-of-the-match Matty Campbell completed the scoring.
Chester Nomads won 5-1 at Newton Athletic Eagles while it finished 0-0 between Vicars Cross Dynamos Rangers and Blacon Youth Tigers.
Blacon Youth are going great guns in the Green Division.
Joe Thompson (3), James Worthington (2), MoM Jack Sconce, Louis Frier, Owen Jones and Jack Chaloner got the goals in their 9-0 victory at Saughall Colts, for whom Owen Griffiths was the MoM.
Helsby were also 9-0 winners, away to Vicars Cross Dynamos in the Yellow Division.
Charlie Lukeman (3), Alex Molyneux (3), Iestyn Thomas, Joseph Davidson and Thomas Taylor shared the strikes as Robert Hughes was named the Helsby MoM.
Luke Charlton (2), Mac Johnston (2), Morgan Handley (2), MoM Charlie Jones, Cieran Hughes and Sam Gorniak did the damage as Upton Pumas won 9-0 as well, at home to a Malpas & District Blacks side for whom Sam Davenport starred.
Vicars Cross Dynamos Colts lost 2-0 at home to Groves Athletic.
MoM James Brannigan could not stop Upton Panthers from going down 3-0 at home to Christleton Newscene in the Blue Division.
MoM Jake Redshaw, Jamie Jacks, Dane Tinsley, Tommy Lloyd and Alex Cleland fired Malpas & District Reds to a 5-0 home win over Ellesmere Port Rangers.
In-form Christleton Newscene maintained their unbeaten start to the Under 9s Yellow Division with a 6-1 success at Westminster Park.
Sam Turner (2), Daniel Holding (2), Ethan Challinor and Ayden de Winter were the players on target.
Saughall Colts suffered a 4-1 home loss to Princes Villa. Man-of-the-match Ethan Ingham, Callum Hurst, Reece Flood and Michael Pugh found the net.
Patrick McKee, thanks to fine work from MoM Mathew Harrop and Callum Audem, reduced the deficit.