Robert Watson scored a hat trick as Latics' under-11's defeated Shrewsbury Town 4-0 with Raphe Barber also finding the net.
After a goalless opening quarter, Latics established a 3-0 advantage by half time, Watson scoring all three goals.
Barber added the fourth goal in the last quarter.
LATICS' under-14's came from behind to beat Shrewsbury 2-1.
Harry Fairhurst equalised with a screamer from 25 yards and James Beck hit a later winner in what coach Chris Rowney described as a "brilliant performance."
THE under-15's drew 1-1 against Shrewsbury but could have snatched victory as Emmanuel Abubakar and Brandon Quintino wasted great chances late in the game.
Latics fell behind, but equalised through a goal from a trialist.
They could also have lost the game, but for a fine penalty save by keeper Chris Renshaw.
THERE was a high scoring match involving the under-12's who lost 9-5 to Shrewsbury.
Latics were 4-1 down after the opening quarter, but fought back brilliantly to make it 4-4 by the break.
They hit the bar and post in the third quarter before falling 5-4 behind to a goal on the break. Latics tired in the last quarter conceding four further goals.
Latics' goalscorers were Tyrese Sinclair (2), Alex Hunt, Elliot Cooke and a trialist.
KEATON Williams scored eight goals in 45 minutes for the under-10's, but they were small sided five-a-side matches played on two pitches.
Both Latics' teams recorded emphatic victories.
THE under-nine's were involved in four-versus-four games against Shrewsbury so there wasn't any actual scorers.
Latics' youngsters played well and created many chances in the games.