Cameron Salisbury grabbed a hat-trick as Boston Hockey Club Men made it six wins a row in the East Hockey League Division 5NW.
Andy Barlow, Connor Gilbert and Richard Wightman were also on target in a 6-1 demolition of Wisbech Fourths.
With a more settled team than in previous games, Boston were confident and determined to keep up the winning streak they have made for themselves.
From the start, the front three of Salisbury, Connor Gilbert and Mark Haynes pressed the home team - with Salisbury soon putting Boston ahead.
Boston kept the pressure on with constant attacking from the midfield.
With 15 minutes on the clock, Salisbury’s shot was saved by a defenders knee on the line, rewarding Boston with a penalty flick.
Without hesitation, Andy Barlow confidently buried the ball into the net.
Wisbech had many attacks during the first half, but the solid back line led by Ben Carr repelled them.
The hosts did find the target, but Salisbury struck again to ensure Boston went into the interval again.
The second half wsaw the visitors continue to find the net.
Gilbert scored before Salisbury earned his hat-trick.
Richard Wightman finished the scoring with his side’s second penalty flick.
Cameron Salisbury received the players’ player accolade.
BOSTON: Ashton, Davey, B. Carr, Humphreys, Barlow, T. Carr, Sanderson, Simms, Morawski, Gilbert, Salisbury, Haynes, Wightman.
On Saturday, Boston host leaders Louth (2.30pm).