JOHNSTOWN Under-16s might be lower than mid-table in the Carmarthenshire Junior Football League, but a fantastic attacking display to see off Hendy 11-0 makes them genuine title contenders, having only lost one of their eight league games.
Striker Dan Davies had an afternoon to remember as he grabbed four goals, while fellow frontman Joel Queni scored a hat-trick.
Defender Dan Law also netted twice and Glen Fearn and Ellis Jones added a goal apiece.
Elsewhere in the division, Wellfield secured a fine 2-0 win at Ammanford thanks to a double from striker Daniel Lloyd, but it was not such a good day for Tumble as their excellent run in the West Wales Youth Cup came to an end when they lost 2-0 at Landore Colts.
A fine goal from Matthew Davies could not save Teigrod Teilo as they fell to a 5-1 home defeat by Pontarddulais in the under-12 division, while Dafen marched confidently into the final of the J H Evans Under-12s Cup with a comfortable 5-2 win at Ammanford.
Loughor provide the opposition in the final following a 3-1 triumph against Hendy 3-1 in the second semi-final.
In the under-13 division, Johnstown edged a keenly contested encounter 2-1 at Seaside. With midfield general William Thomas in outstanding form, the visitors gradually took control and they went in at half-time leading 2-1 thanks to goals from midfielder Cameron Palmer and striker Jack Boyle.
The second half was more about withstanding the considerable pressure being applied by Seaside and Johnstown stood firm to secure an important victory.
The derby between Drefach and Tumble was one of the matches falling victim to a frozen pitch, but goals from Owain Williams, Ryan Owens and Keenan Jones gave Burry Port a 3-1 win at Camford.
Dafen produced a superb second-half display to return with a 7-1 win from Llandovery in the Under-13s Presidents Cup. Eray Wilson put Dafen ahead at the interval, however the second half belonged to Asher Morris as he scored six goals.
Llandovery battled gamely and their goal came courtesy of midfielder Rhys Kelly, while lively forward Connor Davies was prominent throughout.
Johnstown Under-14s secured a hard-earned 3-1 victory at Llangennech. Defender Harry Law put the visitors ahead at the interval only for Rhys Tiplady to equalise early on in the second half.
With keeper Rhys Griffiths and midfielder Owen Rhys outstanding, Johnstown soon re-established their superiority and they sealed the victory late on thanks to goals from midfielder Edward Rock and an own goal.
Teigrod Teilo continued their superb run of form as they won 6-1 at Penyfan.
The visitors raced into a five-goal interval lead thanks to goals from Daniel Davis, Calem Stevens, Llyr Green, Osian McEvoy and Corry Baldwin.
Jordan Knight added another goal for good measure in the second half before Curtis Richards grabbed a consolation for Penyfan.
Elsewhere in the division, Pontarddulais and Ammanford shared the spoils. Dafen marched into the next round of the R & B Cup as they brushed aside Drefach by 4-0.
Visitors Bancffosfelen were left to curse a disappointing first-half display as they lost 3-0 to high-flying Teigrod Teilo in the under-15 division.
Teilo scored all their goals in the first half thanks to Steve Evans, Josh Martin and Dan Price. Banc battled well in the second half to ensure that Teilo did not add to their first-half tally.
In spite of a lively display from striker Ryan Morley, it was ultimately a frustrating day for Calsonic as they were beaten 8-0 by Ammanford.