It was celebrations all round for Eastwood Juveniles as they torpedoed Newark Boys Club 7 - 0 at Battery Park in Greenock.
In perfect playing conditions Eastwood took a little time to come to terms with the synthetic playing surface.
The opening goal came in the 12th minute. Following some neat play on the left Kiere n Fitzpatrick crossed for Tommy Duffy who slotted the ball past the keeper.
The second goal arrived in the 22nd minute when Matt Murphy fired the ball into the corner of the net from the edge of the box.
Four minutes later Tommy Duffy made it 3 - 0 when he lobbed the ball over the keeper after getting onto the end of a brilliant pass from Steven MacIsaac.
Eastwood continued to play with confidence at the start of the second half with Jack Agnew a constant threat down the left hand side.
The fourth goal arrived in the 52nd minute when a perfectly timed run from Josh Jess saw him volley home a great corner fom Jack Agnew. Three minutes later Tommy Duffy completed his hat-trick when he finished neatly after some good combination play between Gavin Campbell and Jack Agnew.
The sixth goal came in the 57th minute when the home keeper failed to hold an inswinging corner from Jack Agnew.
The final goal of the match arrived with five minutes remaining.
A sweeping move set Jack Agnew clear on the left and his cross was fired home by Kieren Fitzpatrick.
With the recent adverse weather conditions affecting the majority of local amateur football clubs , Robslee AFC were content to fulfil a league fixture against Barrhead on Woodfarm’s synthetic surface.
Robslee opened the scoring with an instinctive finish from top scorer Prabaldo however Barrhead scored two goals before half time to take a deserved 2-1 lead.
Robslee improved in the second half and Jordan Love quickly equalised from the spot after a penalty box infringement.
With the Robslee rearguard of Whyte, Gow and Spinks denying Barrhead any clear goalscoring opportunities, a fine finish from David Gow ensured a 3-2 win and all three points for the Woodfarm based side.