AFTER two consecutive draws in the Northern Alliance Premier Division, Prudhoe YC Seniors went on the offensive against Longbenton on Saturday.

The hosts took 21 minutes to break the deadlock at Kimberly Park, before they fired eleven past the Tynesiders without reply during a rampant display of attacking football.

On 14 minutes, Aaron Fletcher followed up an impressive run with a firm shot, which was well saved by the goalkeeper, diving to his left.

Sam Moore produced another good save from the visiting keeper shortly afterwards, before he fired home a tremendous 30-yard drive, assisted by Brad Rodgers. Five minutes later, Rodgers was the provider again, this time supplying Fletcher, who made it 2-0. It was 3-0 on 26 minutes, after David Burns was pulled down in the Longbenton box. Mark McMeekin scored the resulting penalty.

Fletcher made it 4-0 on 34 minutes, with Burns providing the ammunition.

Three minutes into the second half, Luke Banks made it 5-0, following an assist by Moore.

Kieran Russel set up a sixth goal for Prudhoe on 53 minutes, with Burns providing the finish.

The seventh goal soon followed, with Moore latching onto a Banks through ball, before dribbling past three defenders and finishing impressively.

Fletcher set up the eighth for Prudhoe, with Banks finishing on 65 minutes, before Burns made it 9-0 with a neat finish, following an assist from Adam Greenwood. Burns assisted Banks for the 10th, while Geoffrey Bowes rounded off the scoring.

David Burns was named man of the match for Prudhoe.