Clay Cross Town returned to winning ways with a commanding 7-0 victory over visitors Thoresby Colliery.
Indeed they were 4-0 up at half time and the final tally included four goals from leading scorer Rockie White, two from James Gee Pemberton and one from Carl Witford.
The football club will go international shortly when it receives a visit from TV2, a Norwegian broadcaster who became interested in Clay Cross Town after its home venue was renamed The Devil Made Me Do It Tattoo Studio Ground, as featured in the Derbyshire Times earlier this year.
Clay Cross have two away trips. On Saturday they travel to Brodsworth and next Tuesday they are at Ollerton Town before returning home on Saturday, September 25, for a 3pm kick off versus Sherwood Colliery.