This report will be short and sweet as to record all of the 17 goals was a job in itself never mind to take notes.
A superb performance in which we overran our opponents, if it was a boxing match the ref would have stopped it much much earlier than 90 minutes.
A Danny Curran corner was headed in with a bit of a debate by Matthew Easterbrook for goal number 1.
A superb Harper ball was finished superbly by Stu Hardman for number 2.
Ryan Smith played a stunning ball to Sean Phillips who crossed for Hardman to hit an effort which their keeper saved Alfie Textas finishing off from close range for 3.
Another great long ball from Harper again found Hardman who finished superbly past the keeper for 4.
Sean Phillips put in a swinging cross which that man again Stu Hardman finished neatly for 5 and a hat trick inside 10 minutes.
A clever ball by Dave Leslie was met by Hardman who rounded the keeper simply for 6.
A host of changes at half time as Hardman,Phillips and Bryan were all replaced by Jimbob, Rose and Sam Yates.
Jimbob was straight into action laying it on a plate for Rose for goal number 7.
A hat trick of assists for Harper saw him release Rose who finished expertly for goal number 8,.
Edge and Lennon were then introduced for Textas and Harper, Edge brilliantly with his first touch released Rose who fired into the net for goal number 9 and another stunning hat trick inside 10 minutes matching his fellow strike partner Hardman.
Edge was at it again as his cross was fumbled by the keeper and Jimbob made no mistake smashing it into the net for 10.
Philly Lennon then unselfishly played in Danny Curran who fired a great effort in for 11.
A Ryan Smith Penalty made it 12, before Dave Leslie played a thru ball to Curran who ran thru and finished easily past the keeper for 13.
With Rose struggling with an injury he switched with Jason McLaughlin in goal and after being played in by Lee O’Donnell Jason scored a deserved goal for number 14.
Edgey then shot down the wing pulling back for Ryan Smith to smash a great effort in for 15, then Jason played a ball which broke the offside trap and running from the half way line Curran was one on one with just the keeper to beat for another Hat trick he finished in the bottom corner for 16.
The performance was capped off when a great Philly Lennon ball was met by Edge and he deservedly got a goal when he rifled it past the now shell shocked keeper for 17.
Tougher tests lie ahead but a superb performance in which we still tried to play the right way, fellow unbeaten league rivals Madisons are up next in what will be a much tougher contest.