Another six-goal haul made it eight wins in a row for Pinchbeck United.
For the second successive Saturday at Knight Street they hit half a dozen and kept a clean sheet as well.
Last weekend it was the turn of Leverington Sports in the PFA Senior Cup.
Ollie Maltby’s hat-trick was supported by Tony Edwards, Tom Panton and Liam Ogden.
Edwards converted from the spot to double the lead but missed another penalty.
Pinchbeck are back in Premier Division action on Saturday at home to second-bottom Uppingham Town who have conceded 33 goals in seven successive defeats.
Sutton Bridge United, who are unbeaten in Division One, lost 2-1 at top-flight team Ketton in the PFA Senior Cup.
There were league wins for Deeping Rangers Reserves (2-1 at Crowland Town) and Holbeach United Reserves (6-2 at Uppingham).
Langtoft United lost 3-1 at home to Peterborough Sports Reserves after taking a first-half lead through Scott Spearink.
Meanwhile, Pinchbeck are trying to get more girls and women involved in football.
The project started 18 months ago and the club now have two well-established teams at both under-18 and under-14 levels.
Training sessions have started for girls in years 4 to 7 and Pinchbeck are also hoping to have a ladies team by the new year. Call 07549 535555 or email email@example.com for more information