Albion Sports under-nines maintained their unbeaten start to the season in the Keybury League with a wonder goal from Adam Hussain to beat Menston Rovers 1-0.
Hussain picked up the ball on the right wing before cutting inside and hitting a powerful strike into the bottom corner.
Albion dominated the game thanks to man of the match Abdul Majid and the powerful running of Curtis Peters.
They went close to extending their lead on several occasions, Curtis Peters rattling the crossbar in the second half.
This win moved Albion into second position in the league.
Albion Sports Blue under-tens were left wondering how they lost to Bramley Phoenix Blue in the Garforth League.
They piled on the pressure in the first half as they took the lead through Kamron Basi with a clinical finish in the box.
Sports then hit the woodwork on three occasions before Bramley equalised via a penalty just before the break.
But it was a different story in the second half as Bramley took control to go 4-1 up.
Albion came close to reducing the deficit, with Adam Ali hitting the crossbar, but an own goal was their only consolation as the game ended 4-2.
Albion Sports White under-tens enjoyed better luck over Bramley Phoenix White, winning 3-1.
It was their first win of the season after one defeat and three draws.
They took the lead in the first half thanks to a blistering shot from man of the match Adam Chahal.
In the second half, new signing Mawaz Furqan combined with Abdul Muttalib to score a superb debut goal from outside the box.
Bramley pulled one back but the game was wrapped up with another well-taken goal from Chahal.
Prospect Juniors under-14s thrashed bottom club Seacroft Colts 6-1 but they struggled to play their normal passing game.
Goals in the first few minutes from Luke Cooper and Ashley Bedell gave Prospect the ideal start and Luke Dickenson then scored a third before Seacroft pulled a goal back just before half-time.
The game wasn't made safe until the last ten minutes, when Karl Robbins scored two goals in as many minutes, his second a screamer from outside the box.
Ollie Eli finished the scoring when he rounded the keeper after a superb pass from man of the match Danny Reynolds.
Farsley played some great football in the first half against Garforth Villa, Josh Maskill dominating the midfield, but couldn't find a way past the Garforth goalkeeper.
Villa went in front against the run of play when Callum Hanson saved a free-kick but the rebound was pounced upon.
Luke Kitson and Dom Staunton came close to equalising for Farsley in the second half before Maskill levelled the score after a cooly-taken penalty.
Jordan Lewandowski was man of the match for a commanding performance at centre half.
In the Huddersfield League, Bradford United Juniors under-tens pushed leaders Dalton Dynamos all the way in an even first half.
Brad Stopard scored for hosts United who trailed just 2-1 at the break before being over-run in the second half, ending 5-1 losers.
Bradford's man of the match was Jack Cavalier-Lumley for his good defensive positioning and hard work.
Bradford Juniors under-15s won 6-2 at Netherton to remain top of the league.
Man of the match Joe Fitzpatrick led the rout with a hat-trick, Jamie Ormondroyd weighed in with two goals and Curtis Braybrook completed the scoring.
The under-17s are also flying high in the table, their 5-2 win at Netherton putting them in third spot.
Oliver Clark scored twice, Steve Helaimia, Craig Harwood and Paul Donnelly, on his debut, also found the target.
Menston's Ryan Cavanagh, right, battles with Curtis Peters
Cavanagh battles with Albion goalscorer Adam Hussain
Abdul Majid, right, wins the ball from a menston defende
Curtis Peters goes on the attack for Albion
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