Swanwick PR reserves hit Sherwood Colliery reserves for six on Saturday.
Although these two sides were six places apart in the league table, both teams boasted a good recent run of form.
The Swan’s began the stronger and it wasn’t long before the home side, playing in front of a bumper crowd broke the deadlock.
A Chris Turner corner found the feet of Shane Buckerfield and from penalty spot range the Swan’s striker drove in.
The second goal was a well worked affair, which ended with Andy White volleying home from a curved Phil Gregory cross.
When another Turner corner was met with a thunderous Buckerfield header to seal his brace and Swans’ third.
Swanwick striker David Robinson is usually better known for his goal scoring ability, however, he turned assist man.
Andy White, playing a wide left role, was the benefactor and it wasn’t long before the former Championship player had completed his well-earned hat-trick, with two close range but clinical finishes.
Jack Brown was found in the box, drilling the ball though a helpless Sherwood keeper from another Swans corner.