Wealdstone remain top of the Vanarama National League South with a staggering 7-0 win against Bath City at home.
The game started relatively evenly with a few chances and both teams looking to test each other’s defence in the early stages.
The Stones broke the deadlock on the 14th minute, after Billy Clifford had a free-kick and smashed it into the bottom corner from 20 yards out. 1-0.
Ten minutes later, Danny Green floated another free kick into the box and Moses Emmanuel found the net after some poor marking from Bath. 2-0
Billy Clifford almost scored a third for Wealdstone in the 29th minute, with a shot from just outside the area which was saved.
The Stones scored again before half-time with Danny Green crossing the ball in from a corner and Connor Stevens’s header bounced into the net. 3-0.
The second half started like the first and Wealdstone got their fourth in the 55th minute after a long ball forward caught out Bath’s defence and Dennon Lewis smashed the ball past Clarke with a well-hit shot from the edge of the area. 4-0.
The Romans struggled to make any kind of comeback from here, conceding another goal on the 61st minute. The away team gave the ball away in their defensive third again and Clifford played the ball to Lewis, who scored his second goal of the game. 5-0.
The sixth goal came on the 69th minute when Lewis ran down the left from the halfway line, before Green took over to finish past Clarke with a shot from 18 yards out. 6-0.
Wealdstone got their seventh and final goal of the day after the ball fell straight to Phillips from close range, allowing him to find the net with ease. 7-0.
Wealdstone’s clinical finishing meant a humbling game for Bath City, putting an end to their good run.
Another three points was secured for Wealdstone in the thrashing, helping their cause in the push for promotion, and their next game is against Tonbridge Angels away from home next weekend.