THAME took revenge for their early season loss to Slough by dishing out an embarrassing 19-0 thrashing.
Since that loss in the first game of the season Thame have gone on to win 10 straight games and they showed-off their promotion credentials as they tore apart their inadequate visitors.
Right from the start Thame set out their intentions with the midfield duo of Gareth Birkett and Will Sawrey-Cookson scoring within the first three minutes.
The goals came thick and fast with Joe Quilter scoring twice in quick succession.
Tom Richards, keeping his width well, won the first penalty corner which was converted by Birkett.
Slough continued to buckle under the relentless Thame pressure, conceding penalty corner after penalty corner. Centre back James Rudolph capitalised on a poor drag-out from Chris Humphreys to gleefully fire home his first of two.
Sawrey-Cookson netted twice more and further goals from Quilter and Richards gave the home side a convincing 10-0 lead at the interval.
The second half continued the same, Birkett ending with four and Sawrey-Cooksoon and Quilter with five apiece.