Priory played some magnificent football as they run away to a 19-1 victory against ten men Staploe & Duloe. The goals were shared around between seven players and a total of nine players contributed with assists in a marvellous team performance. From the first whistle Priory surged forward, with the Staploe & Duloe goal coming under attack from wave after wave of Priory attacks. Conor Inskip opened the scoring with a lovely chip shot from just outside the penalty area after being released by Lee Adams. Then Jamie Bottomley fired in a powerful cross which the keeper could only parry into the path of the on rushing Lee Adams who made no mistake with his finish. Number three soon followed and again Lee Adams was in the right place to score from Bradley Winfield's cross. Within a couple of minutes Priory were four up as James Thomas played a cross field pass which cut out the defence and Jamie Bottomley controlled the ball before rounding the keeper and slipping it into the unguarded net. The fifith goal was a carbon coppy of the fourth but this time it was Tom Newton with the assist and James Thomas with the finish. Priory's sixth goal of the half was probably the best of the first half, Tom Newton clipped a weighted pass to Jamie Bottomley who then turned his marker inside out before hitting a rasping shot into the top corner of the net. Just as the half time whistle was about to blow Lee Adams hit a power shot and the keeper made a good save but Jamie Bottomley was on hand to tap in the rebound for his hat trick. Priory were able to bring on three fresh pairs of legs at half time to freshen the team up and this put the already under pressure opposition under a constant barrage of shots during the second half. The flood gates opened and twelve goals were scored in the thirty minutes of play. The first of the half came after the keeper did well to get his hands onto a Ben Gibbins shot but Jake Trainell was on hand to supply the finish. Jake also scored the next goal after Bradley Winfield layed the ball of to him and Jake lobbed the keeper from outside the area. From the kick off Nathan Arnold layed the ball down the line for Ben to out pace the defence and round the keeper before running the ball into the now open goal. Goal number eleven was scored by James Thomas who collected a pass from Ben Gibbins before leaving the defence in his wake and slipping the ball under the advancing keeper. Jake Trianell was the second Priory player to score his hat trick after Ben Gibbins picked him out in the box with a precise cross and Jake's first touch beats his marker and then a crisp shot was too good for the keeper. The next three goals were all supplied by Jake Trainell who was now giving his marker a torrid time with some brilliant wing play and on each occasion Ben Gibbins was in the right place to supply the finishing touches. With the score at 15-0 Priory conceded a free kick about 25 yards from goal and their skipper Sam Scott stepped up to blast and unstoppable shot into the top corner. Now it was Ben Gibbins turn to provide the assists for the next three goals and two of the these were scored by Conor Inskip to make him the forth Priory player to score a hat trick. Sandwiched between Conor's two goals Bradley Winfield scored his first goal of the league season, which brought a loud cheer from the crowd and his team mates as it was richly deserved for the terrific amount of work Bradley puts in chasing down defenders and putting them under pressure. The final goal went to Ben Gibbins with his fifth of the game, Tom Baxter played a lovely pass and Ben took it in his stride before rounding the keeper and finishing from a really tight angle. A special mention should go to the Staploe & Duloe number six who worked tirelessly in defence and worked hard from the start to the finish and their keeper who made many fine saves.