Winslow United are up to third in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 after a 5-0 win at Park View on Saturday afternoon.
Paul Alleyne’s side started the day in fourth place and headed to face newly promoted Park View in sixth.
Jack Bowers gave United the lead as he slotted home after Aaron King’s shot was saved.
King then headed home from close range to double United’s advantage and take his side in two goals ahead at the break.
Early in the second period Daniel Parsons hit the bar with a shot from the left hand side of the area.
Sam Ashmead produced a brilliant stop in the visitor’s goal on 69 minutes. The United goalkeeper saving low down to his left.
Park View were then reduced to ten men.
United won a penalty when Aaron King was fouled in the area after the goalkeeper had saved a one-on-one. Ryan Freshwater stepped up to convert from the spot to extend the lead to 3-0.
Substitute Shiblu Miah scored United’s fourth after his shot went through the hands of the home side’s goalkeeper.
Park View were reduced to nine men after one of their players received two yellow cards in quick succession.
Aaron King produced a good cross which substitute Harry Dalton headed in at the far post, his eighteenth goal of the season, to wrap up a fine away performance.
Winslow United: Sam Ashmead, Tom Brindley, Ryan Freshwater, Danny Gordon, Grant Karwacinski, Jack Bowers, Alex Kedzierski, Simon King, Sean Coles, Aaron King, Daniel Parsons.
Subs: Harry Dalton, Steve Garbutt, Shiblu Miah.