Kyle Fair calmly side-foots a cross from the right in after only two minutes to open the scoring.

Brook Street continued their apparent charge towards the Division IV.42 league title with a comfortable 5-1 win over Jimmy’s Wiggles in front of another sell-out crowd at New Home Park this afternoon.

In a devastating assault upon the visitors, Brook Street were four up within the opening ten minutes, and could afford the luxury of taking their foot off the pedal for the remaining eighty.

Paul O’Healihy fired in number five from the penalty spot just after the break, and although Jimmy’s pulled a goal back just after an hour, this was to be their only consolation in a match that Brook Street dominated from start to finish.

“We started like and express train and absolutely destroyed them in the opening ten minutes”, said Arjen afterwards.

“The gameplan was to put them under intense pressure early on and hopefully make the breakthrough”. He continued, “The plan worked far better than we anticipated, and the players’ performance was top-drawer”.

He added, “We had the game tied up early on, so we could afford to ease up a bit. There was no point in going all-out and perhaps risking picking up injuries that could rule players out for important games in the run-in when the points were in the bag. Points are more important than performances at this stage of the season”.