Seb Hayes got off to a dream start as Holbeach United’s manager.
Goals by Tommy Treacher, Aaron Eyett, Spencer Tinkler and Ollie Pinner earned three points for the Tigers.
Hayes said: “The boys were superb from the first minute to the last.
“We maybe should have got two or three more goals but keeping a clean sheet was very pleasing.
“Josh Ford hit the bar at 0-0 but he got two goals last week against Rothwell Corinthians so it’s good that we can share them around as well.
“Everything we worked on in training last week was put into practice.
“They listened to what we wanted but the dressing room was very vocal at half-time. I like to let the players offer advice to each other.
“When they went out for the second half, I was full of confidence.
“We had a 15-minute spell when we took our foot off the gas and the players were reminded that’s unacceptable.
“We’re not getting carried away because there are some stronger challenges ahead.
“In every game we need to apply ourselves and the good news is that the squad has competition for places.”
Callum Madigan played the second half after his return from Deeping Rangers.