Boston Town cruised to a thumping win in their first ever competitive match against Newark.
Gary Edgley’s side made light of the freezing conditions and artificial pitch as they fired home four goals in the first half.
Harry Limb opened the scoring after 12 minutes as he converted a great cross from Fraser Bayliss.
He then brought his tally for the season to 19 after 29 minutes, rounding the keeper after a great ball across the defence by Richard Ford.
Two more goals before the break put the visitors in complete control.
First Bayliss finished smartly after a solo run after 37 minutes, then Lee Beeson blasted home a bullet two minutes later
Bayliss made it 5-0 early in the second half but the hosts pulled back two goals in the last quarter of the game.
Town: Woolley, Dilley, Thompson, Ofushine, Ford, Mucklin, Beeson (T White), Sylla (Borbely), Bayliss, Limb (Wadada), L White