FROME Town produced one of their best performances of the season as they won 6-1 at St Neots Town, a side one place above and sitting on equal points at the start of the day.

Goals from Darren Jefferies, Joe Raynes, Chas Hemmings, Mitchell Page and a brace from substitute Ryan Bath sealed the win with Dion Sembie-Ferris getting a late consolation for the hosts.

Frome were still struggling to pull a squad together for the match with Sam Teale, Kris Miller and George Miller all absent, but Kyle Phillips was sufficiently recovered from illness to start, and Ben Griffiths started his second match in a row, playing at right back.

The visitors were quickly into their stride as Jefferies burst into the box in the eighth minute to score at the second attempt.

The second goal arrived in the 31st minute as Raynes followed up a deflected Jon Davies shot to firehome from close range.

Hemmings made it 3-0 in the 52nd as he side-footed home after a free kick had only been partially cleared, and caused problems, and Page made it 4-0 in the 57th minute as he finished off a probing Griffiths cross.

Another pinpoint cross from Griffiths in the 75th minute allowed the ball to be turned back to Bath who hammered it into the net to make the score 5-0 and send the small contingent of travelling supporters into dreamland.

Bath out-muscled his defender to bang the ball into the roof of the net to make it 6-0 and really rub salt into the wound.

St Neots did get a consolation goal in the first minute of extra time.