Kingstonian 7-0 Harlow Town
Brilliant K's can't stop scoring as they fire seven past Hawks.
Kingstonian made it two wins and twelve goals in five days; after a 5-0 win at Camberley Town on Tuesday night, they went two better this afternoon and hit Harlow Town for seven.
The fun began early when David Fitzpatrick got his first K's goal in the seventh minute, a goal which was rapidly followed three minutes later by a goal for Louie Theophanous.
Louie doubled his tally in the 27th minute before Harlow's goalkeeper Josh Bexon somehow managed to palm a deflected Fitzpatrick shot into his own net in the 36th minute.
K's were in a ruthless mood and kept going and going - on-loan Charlton youngster Alfie Doughty scored Kingstonian's fifth in the 50th minute with a near post header, and then notched the club's sixth in the 65th minute, finishing coolly after winning a one-on-one with the keeper.
Eleven goals in the week and none for Elliott Buchanan - that strange statistic was sorted out in the 84th minute with a emphatic finish for the K's forward. There was still time for Tyler Brown to have a goal disallowed, so Kingstonian was forced to settled for seven and the end of a fine week for the club.