A devastating second-half display ensured Cornard Dynamos Reds Under-14s secured an impressive 4-1 win at Reed Hall Sentinels.
With the scores level at the break, following Joe Lane’s opener for the visitors and quick-fire leveller, Reds restored their lead after the interval through Smith.
Further goals followed from Mitchell Gardiner and Ciaran Robinson, with a fine individual effort.
Meanhwile, Cornard Dynamos Blues Under-14s had to settle for a share of the spoils after a 1-1 draw at Bures, Samuel Mills’ goal earning the visitors a point.
Long Melford Under-13s were left celebrating on Saturday after a hard-fought 1-0 win at home to Tempest.
A tight affair saw Aaron Pengelly’s 20th-minute opener prove decisive, settling the encounter.
However, for Cornard Dynamos Blues Under-13s, it was a less than successful weekend as they slumped to a emphatic 7-0 loss at home to Stanway Villa Yellows.
It was much the same story for Long Melford Colts Under-12s, who suffered a heavy 9-1 defeat away at Tiptree Jobserve.
The visitors were level at one point as Freddie McCracken equalised, but it proved to be a good as it was going to get as the hosts added a further eight goals.
Elsewhere, it was a tighter affair for Sudbury AFC Falcons Under-11s at home to Bury Town Youth Dynamos, with the visitors running out 4-2 winners.
After falling behind, Jack Dyble brought the scores level, before Sudbury took the lead shortly after the second-half kicked off through Josh Hughes.
Despite strong performances from Toby Mattock, Joe Rogers, Finlay Anderson, Alfie Gittings and Cory Willings, they could not hold on for victory as the visitors struck three times to snatch the points.
A strong defensive performance saw Cornard Dynamos Blues Under-9s secure a 2-0 success over Stanway Villa Yellows.
At the other end of the pitch, Angus Mills proved Blues’ hero with an impressive double, while, Jonnie Ogle, Thomas Gee and Ben Mallinson ensured the clean sheet remained intact.
Finally, Cornard Dynamos Reds Under-9s were forced to settle for a share of the spoils after being held to a 1-1 draw by Stanway Villa Whites, Jack Ingram’s second-half strike recuing a point.