Barrowford Celtic Under 14 Blacks are pictured with their new strip, sponsored by John Hawks Building.
A great team display from Celtic saw them collected another three points.
Cain Buck collected a superb brace in the first half, taking his first with a drag back and turn just outside the box before hitting a superb effort which had the keeper grasping at thin air.
In between, Ryan McGinty soured a lovely headed goal thanks to a perfectly weighted cross from Lewis Frobisher.
The second half saw more dominance from the visitors as McGinty nabbed two more for his hat-trick.
The first came from a free kick from Ben Kelly, heading home, before Jack Burrows threaded the ball out to McGinty, who broke into the box and slipped it past the keeper.
FINAL SCORE: Whalley Juniors 1, Brierfield Celtic U14s 5
Seven goals from man of the match Leah Hillman helped Forest to a comprehensive win.
Freya Veevers, Courtney Barker and Beth Finegan added two each, with one a piece for Ami Phelan and Hannah Scott as Forest maintained their 100% start to the season and head the table
FINAL SCORE: Pendle Forest Girls Under 15s 15, Haslingden 0
Two goals from Ezio De Santis and a cracker from Jevan Stevenson saw Forest past their resolute opponents.
Harrison Howarth made an astonishing triple save in a superb overall display in this Warburtons League clash.
Stan Dickinson was man of the match.
FINAL SCORE: Daneshouse 0, Pendle Forest U10s 3
Pendle Forest’s 100% winning record in the East Lancashire League continued with a win over a good Darwen side.
Luke Stowe scored twice with Brandon Howley netting the other.
Man of the match was Lewis Whitlow with a composed performance in midfield.
FINAL SCORE: Pendle Forest U10s 3, Darwen Rangers 1
A first half penalty save by keeper Zain Mahmood, together with early goals by Jasper Ashworth and Alfie Percival were not enough to secure a win for Forest.
Earby Town fought back well in the second half to level the score before the full time whistle in the North Valley League. Man of the match was Luke Stowe.
FINAL SCORE: Pendle Forest Under 10s Tornadoes 2, Earby Town 2