A CLASSY performance saw FC Salisbury United make light work of dispatching Coventry to leapfrog Southampton in second place.

The Corinthians romped to a 19-4 win on Sunday, which takes them past the 100-goal mark for the season.

Among the goals were hat-trick hero Russell Parsons and Connor Millar, who scored five.

Geoff Bonner told JournalSport: "To travel to Coventry and put them to the sword in such an empathic style certainly makes the journey home a pleasant one.

"Obviously, moving to second in the league is also a big statement, but the squad can’t afford to take anything for granted."

Salisbury host Division Two Midlands/West leaders Kettering on Sunday (3pm) .

And Bonner is urging the city to get behind Salisbury.

"With the top two teams facing each other, it is an ideal time for those that have yet to watch a futsal game to come down and see what makes the sport so good for spectators," he added.