Leoš Loos blasts in his second and Brook Street's sixth goal in this afternoon's match.

Leoš Loos blasts in his second and Brook Street’s sixth goal in this afternoon’s match.

A hat-trick from player/coach Leoš Loos helped Brook Street to their sixth league win of the season and a 7-0 rout of Highlands and Islands United FC in Inverness this afternoon.

Eike Alanne opened the scoring just before the half hour mark from a set-piece free kick. Leoš Loos hit a thunderous volley to open his account for the afternoon ten minutes later.

Emanuel Bohucký made it 3-0 from the penalty spot five minutes before the break, and a minute later Abel Soffia made it four with a real pile-driver.

Andrew Cleary twisted the knife further five minutes after the break, then two goals within a minute, eight minutes from time completed the scoring and Leoš Loos’s hat-trick.

The win maintained Brook Street’s three points clear of The Tiny Spacemen at the top of the league, and as the coach said, “keeps the pressure on our opponents”.

Leoš continued, “Our goal difference makes our advantage effectively four points, and the more goals we score, the more that advantage grows”.

“With Sparta facing Crass next weekend, something’s got to give there, so it could conceivably become a two-horse race at full-time next Saturday. We have to keep winning to ensure that happens, and that’s exactly what we’ll be doing”, he added.

Meanwhile the club are pleased to announce that Argentine side Los Romanes For Ever will visit New Home Park this Wednesday for a friendly match. Kick-off is at 10:30 BST.