Nadeem Khan cracked a second-half hat-trick, including a wonderful chip from 20 yards for his second goal, as Albion Sports under-11s A saw off Nab Wood 6-2 in the Craven, Aire & Wharfe League.
Zain Mushtaq opened the scoring and two goals by man of the match Sumaili Cissa completed the Albion tally.
Liam Singh continued his goal-scoring streak with a close-range winner as Albion under-12s B came from a goal down to win 2-1 at Sandy Lane.
Vinay Herar had supplied the equaliser as man of match Tariq Aziz bossed the midfield.
Shehbaz Khan scored twice as Bradford Tigers under-17s overwhelmed Long Lee Rattlers 6-1. The other goals included a cracker from Fisal Hussain.
The Tigers slipped from second to fifth in the Division 12B table after suffering a 9-0 home defeat to title favourites Campion.
The visitors were too quick, skilful and tenacious with Tigers' best chance falling in the penultimate minute to Lucas Clayden, who could not quite get his shot on target.
Skipper Luke Duckett was Tigers' man of the match for a battling display in midfield, while defender Michael Chalmers won the club's own award.
Goals for Campion included a Malikai Hodgson hat-trick, backed up by Mohammed Agha (2), man of the match Dioko Gloddy, Kaseed Hussain, Zain Bashir and Adnan Hussain.
Campion sides logged three wins out of four, with the under-14s claiming an impressive 3-1 victory over leaders Bolton Woods.
It was 0-0 at half-time but Campion then took control with goals came from Dhaniel Mahmood (2) and Mamun Miah.
Campion's under-11s kept up their unbeaten record with a 7-0 outcome at Sandy Lane Reds.
There were two goals apiece for Shabaz Shabir and Sherjeel Hamid, with Omari Shokat-Smith named man of the match.
Campion's only loss was a narrow 2-1 verdict at Calverley with Omar Habeeb providing the consolation.
Idle Juniors under-13s goalkeeper Harley Clarke scored a wind-assisted goal in his side's 8-1 romp against Shipley Lions.
There were also two apiece from Josh Whiteley, Joe Mathers and Patrick Cooper, with James Swales making up the final tally.
The goal rush left Idle in confident mood ahead of this week's top-of-the-table clash with Silsden.
Mark Smith was star man for Silsden under-14s B as they came from behind to win 3-1 at home to Grassington.
Jamie England levelled thing up and two Danny Santabarbara corners in the second half led to Silsden's other goals from Smith.
Hard work at the back from Mick Davidson, Oliver Butterfield and Ben Lowry limited the visitors' chances.
Gareth Thompson opened the scoring and namesake Duron Thompson provided the winner as Undercliffe Celtic under-17s edged out visiting Eldwick 2-1.
BD3 United under-13s maintained their unbeaten home record with a 1-1 draw against Queensbury Celtic as Mohammad Izrar struck the hosts' equaliser.
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