Paddy Webb scored a hat-trick to become Eastwoods all-time goalscorer in a rampant Eastwood display against Clipstone were they won 6-0.
Webb, who actually left Eastwood the following day to join Mickleover Sports was instrumental in a second half performance to forget for the visiting side.
Clipstone’s went into the first half 1-0 down and could be forgiven to have hoped to be level had Jack Warwick or Sheldon McDonald had their shooting boots on.
The second half Eastwood proved why they were top of the league and took control shortly after the whistle.
Manager Dave Hoole said: “Sometimes you just have to sit back and accept defeat. Eastwood are a quality side and will undoubtedly be promoted by the end of the season. Our boys will have learnt a lot today and we will look for a reaction next week against Kimberley”.