TISBURY United strolled to victory with a comfortable 3-0 win at home to Canford United on Saturday in Dorset League Division 1.
The hosts dominated the game with an impressive performance that saw them bounce back from a disappointing 3-0 defeat last week away to Broadstone.
The opening goal came from a set piece as United won a free kick to the right of Canford's penalty area.
Despite the tight angle, centre-half Jordan Fisher curled one high into the top corner past the outstretched hand of Canford's keeper for a half time lead.
United added a second goal after the restart through John Smart. The central midfielder showed great determination to battle his way down the left, before cutting inside and blasting into the roof of the net.
The reds went on to add a third, courtesy of midfielder Tobie Keel, who capped off an excellent individual performance with a good finish to secure the three points.
United player-manager Dan Booth said: "Superb performance from everyone. We played our best football so far this season with three fantastic goals."
Tisbury's third win of the league campaign moves them into fourth place on nine points. That takes them above Broadstone on goal difference, although Broadstone have a game in hand.
Tisbury travel to Mere Town Reserves on October 15.