On a rare Friday night match to avoid clashing with the ultimately pointless Belgium game it was left to F&O to bring some early blood and thunder football action to the weekend.
With more pull outs then a Catholic couple we were left with just 12 players and a debut for Darren Borozan a friend of Jac Edwards.
With the pitch brought in it was a good size for 6 aside although a 7th player would have been ideal. The weather too meant fitness would be a key, especially as the game stretched out in the second half.
The first half was a relatively even affair with both teams patient and creating reasonable chances. Southwell and Gil were linking nicely for Skins, whilst Bibs had Bahrami as their focal point. It was the Iranian centre forward who set up the opening goal, crossing for debutant Borozan who finished well. Moments later Darren the debutant hit the post as Bibs looked to go into the break with a two goal lead.
It was as good as it got for bibs as Skins dominated much of the second half.
Whitey on a run from the right hand side into middle of the pitch seemed to pass the ball towards goal. Fortunately for Neil the ball trickled in past Bahrami as the Iranian keeper claimed he was unsighted. The ball was timed as entering the net at 3.2 MPH.
Skins very quickly killed the game off, although Edwards did hit a post and somehow Tom Green missed on the goal line but attacking moments for bibs were few and far between.
Curry with 3 goals and Gil with 1 killed the game for 5-1 and the Curry hatrick means he goes clear at the top of the goalscoring charts with 14 for the season.
He can find himself as a bit unlucky not to take a MOTM award too, but in truth all of the Skins team played well with Baker in particular impressing the MOTM panel with some good defending and passing.
MOTM - Nik Baker - Enjoying a nice run of form of late, let's hope his Saturday team duties don't impact his appearances with F&O.