Deeping Rangers beat AFC Mansfield in the United Counties League
Tom Waumsley netted four times as Deeping Rangers romped to a seven-goal home success on Saturday.
Waumsley's spree helped the Clarets record their biggest win of the United Counties League Premier Division North season.
Avi Vieira, Matt Sparrow and Joe Cole were also on target in a convincing victory over an AFC Mansfield side who ended the game with 10 men following a sending off for violent conduct.
The victory moved Deeping back up into sixth place, one point outside the play-offs, after a return to winning ways following a home draw with Newark & Sherwood and last weekend's defeat at Belper United.
Joint manager Scott Bogusz said: "It was a massively important win for us, especially as the results hadn't gone the way we would have liked in the last two games.
"We had played some really good stuff in between the two 18-yard boxes in those two games and, if you look at the statistics in terms of possession, corners and shots on goal, we had dominated those matches but only picked up one point.
"It was nice to see it all come together on Saturday because we've nearly done this or that in a lot of games so far this season."
The opening period had summed up Deeping's campaign so far as they dominated the game and should have been further ahead but only had two goals from Waumsley to show for their efforts.
However, the striker converted a Spencer Tinkler knock-down for the third goal after the break to start a fine second half performance from the hosts.
Waumley drove home his fourth goal after a tidy turn and pass from Elliot Foster before Vieira lobbed home the fifth of the afternoon.
Substitute Matt Sparrow then marked his return from suspension as he won the ball in the box, beat a player before drilling his finish into the bottom corner.
The scoring was then completed as Joe Cole hit a free-kick into the far corner for the seventh goal of an impressive afternoon.
Bogusz added: "We were happy and positive at half-time because of the way we had been playing but there was a little bit of frustration there because we should have been four or five up.
"The response in the second half was brilliant and I always felt that there was going to be a point this season where it would all come together and click.
"Tom's goals will take a little bit of weight off his shoulders because he's scored wherever he's been and he wanted to hit the ground running with us.
“Hopefully he will crack on from now on.
"It was also good that three of the substitutes scored which shows our strength in depth.
“Everyone is contributing and we're looking strong at the moment which is brilliant."
Deeping are without a game on Saturday as scheduled opponents Ashby Ivanhoe are in cup action. Rangers' next match is at fifth-placed Skegness Town on Saturday, November 25.