STRATFORD Town are now 19 points clear at the top of the Baker-Joiner Midland Alliance after slamming Causeway United 7-0 at the DCS Stadium on Saturday.
It was the second consecutive 7-0 success following last week's identical triumph at Ellesmere Rangers.
With nearest challengers Loughborough University having their game at Studley called off and third-placed Stourport Swifts losing 2-0 at Gornal Athletic, Town increased their lead at the top by a further three points.
A hat-trick from leading scorer Tony Robinson laid the foundations for Saturday's win against a plucky Causeway who never threw in the towel as the goals flew in.
Defender Richard Robinson celebrated receiving an award for completing 100 appearances for Stratford with a goal which was added to by further strikes from Tyrone Fagan, Lei Brown and Jamie Bailey.
Town manager Carl Adams said: "Once again we were outstanding. It's good to see several players on the scoresheet as well as Robbo [Tony Robinson] who was superb.
"It was nice to keep a clean sheet again and we will take some catching now. Teams around us are now starting to take points off each other but we are not really worried about them now.
"To score 27 goals in five games this year is incredible. It really sends out a message and we don't fear anyone."
Town have no midweek game this week and travel to Rocester on Saturday before another away game at Stourport next Tuesday 26th February. They then begin the first of six successive home games in March.
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