Gosport Borough 1-7 King’s Lynn Town.
At the fourth time of asking the Linnets went goal crazy at Gosport as they consolidated their position at the top of the Southern Premier League.
Dion Frary started the ball rolling when he headed home from Michael Clunan’s free-kick with 5 minutes in the clock.
Ryan Hawkins then got his name on the score sheet when he slotted home after a mistake by a home defender.
Cameron Norman almost added a third but his effort was blocked.
The home side pulled a goal back on 35 minutes, Joe Lea latched onto Craig McAllister's ball inside the box and fired into the top left corner of Alex Street’s goal.
Hawkins restored the two goal cushion for Lynn in first half stoppage time, Latching onto a through ball to coolly slot home into the left corner.
Just like Saturday against Dunstable the Linnets kept their foot on the gas and looked for more goals.
Hawkins completed his hat-trick inside the opening minutes of the second half, creating himself a little bit of space before curling an effort into the far corner of the net.
Ryan Fryatt scored his second goal in as many games when he was in the right place at the right time to slot home Lynn’s fifth.
Michael Gash converted a low-cross from Cameron Norman for Lynn’s sixth and substitute Tom Siddons tapped home the seventh again from a well placed Norman cross.
The Linnets now take a break in the league with no game Saturday, They return to action on Saturday 17th February when they welcome Banbury United to The Walks