Biggleswade FC cantered to a 9-1 victory over Tring Town on Tuesday despite resting five players from Saturday.
Ryan Inskip, George Riley, Dom Palmiero, Nathan Lee-George and Pat McCafferty were all rested whilst Tom Cookman again missed out through injury.
However this was still a totally one sided encounter as Biggleswade scored six in the first half of this League Challenge Trophy clash.
Tring play in SSML Division Two – and are bottom with one point from ten games – and the gulf in clash showed.
George Bailey got the first with a good finish, Arron Rymer the second as he closed a clearance down and deflecting the ball home.
Zac Tyrrell got number three heading home from close range before Rymer grabbed his second and Biggleswade’s fourth finishing an Ollie Lee cross.
Arron then set up Bailey to score the fifth.
Tring did grab a consolation on 40 minutes but within a minute Ryan Vale headed Biggleswade’s sixth.
In amongst the goals the tring keeper appeared to make save after save as Biggleswade dominated proceediiongs at the Carlsberg Stadium.
The second half saw much of the same.
Biggleswade added a seventh through Ollie lees head before the goal of the game arrived as Rymer volleyed in from the edge of the box for his hat trick.
Rymer then added his fourth and Biggleswade’s ninth to finish off the scoring.
Tring looked pleased to get off the pitch at the end as for Biggleswade they got precious minutes into players who have had to wait their time.
It must also be said that Rymer will take the plaudits for four goals and deservedly so. However the man of the match was Mark Franklin who rolled back the years running the game. Franks was involved in everything good on the night.
This Saturday will be a completely different adventure altogether as Biggleswade FC play their first ever FA Vase game away to Essex Senior Division side Takeley.