FC STAFFORD ran riot in Saturday’s West Midland Two clash at home to basement outfit Bilbrook, running out emphatic 10-1 winners.
The Rowley Park side were missing several keys players, but it mattered not as Andy Willacy snapped up a hat-trick and debutant Mick Stark was one of two other players hitting a brace.
Stafford started well against a depleted Bilbrook side and Stark put his new side ahead after just eight minutes, adding a second some seven minutes later.
That was followed by Willacy’s first in a goalmouth scramble, before Dave Wilcocks played a one two with Ryan Brown and claimed the fourth.
Ben Roberts was next to scramble home from a corner when Josh Anderson's kick was flicked on by Stark for Roberts to come in at the far post.
Willacy got his second when Charlie Marshall linked with Stark who found Willacy free and he hammered home into the roof of the net. On half-time Matt Rhodes beat the Bilbrook keeper with a long range low drive.
FC Stafford were caught napping in the opening minutes of the second half when Chad Dale broke free and slid his shot under the despairing Steve McCabe for Bilbrook’s sole effort.
The home side settled again and Martyn Wheeler struck with a double to make it 9-0, before Willacy made it double figures for FC Stafford in the closing moments,
FC Stafford head to high flying Warstone Wanderers this Saturday (3pm), knowing full well they will face a far tougher test than the one last weekend.