SPECTRUM thoroughly dismantled Auto Engine Tune with a 12-3 thrashing of their opponents in the Swindon & District Premier.
In control from the start, Spectrum went 3-0 up courtesy of a Murat Satici header, a Craig Kelly free kick and Andy Marriott.
Auto Tune pulled a goal back through Ben Keating but Hugo Teixeira scored twice within five minutes to make it 5-1 at half-time.
Spectrum ran riot after the break and Byron O’Regan grabbed four on his debut.
Marriott and Satici both got another goal each and Eddie Allsop netted a penalty, while Steve Winchcombe scored a late double for Auto.
Elsewhere in the division, Swiss Chalet Rangers blew a two-goal lead but recovered to defeat Lower Stratton 4-2.
Rangers seized the initiative early on courtesy of goals from Gareth Walton and Aaron Selby.
However, efforts from Jordan McLean and Michael Spring brought Stratton level at the break.
In the second period Rangers were in the ascendancy and re-took the lead on the hour when a good move was finished by Lewis Polden.
Within five minutes the lead was doubled when Sean Irwin sprung the offside trap and smashed home to make it 4-2, and that was how it stayed.
In Division One, Peter Cox put Larry’s Plaice 1-0 up against Ferndale before Kray Dunn knocked in the equaliser.
After the break Cox and Steffan Holmes scored twice within five minutes, but Ferndale staged a fine recovery.
A deflected goal from player-manager Daniel Doole and an equaliser from Dwaine Dodson secured a share of the spoils A Darren Rudman goal within 30 seconds of kick-off gave Fox & Hounds the lead against Bassett Bulldogs.
Fox hit the woodwork several times and with 15 minutes to play Jason Hudson snatched a point for Bulldogs.
Sportz Central took a 1-0 lead against Chiseldon courtesy of Pete Ockwell and that advantage was doubled shortly into the second half by Alisto Pires.
However, in a stunning final half hour Daniel Vaughan and a Stuart Cody hat-trick secured a 4-2 win for Chiseldon.
Goals from Jordan Allen (2) and Chris Neate gave Ramsbury a 3-1 win over Swindon Spitfires.