Thame seconds produced the performance of the season so far as they smashed visiting Banbury 10-0.
It was a highly memorable match with the home side clocking up four in the first half including a hat-trick from man-of-the match Sam Seddon and a cracking goal from David Bruggink assisted by Benj Warwick.
The home team returned after half-time to score six further goals.
The first by Neil Rimmington with a strike from the top of the D after beating three defenders, the next, from a near impossible angle by Will Hawthorne.
Seddon returned to score Thame’s seventh with David Mordant grabbing the eight on his debut.
Thame’s ninth brought Sam’s tally to a personal best of five and took the side into double figures.
Hawthorne scored his second with another excellent finish.
Newcomers to the side Ben Clarke and Chris Bancroft both played well.
Congratulations to keeper John Gott for not conceding any goals.
Thanks to Laurence Archer for his part in helping Sam score so many.