A rare demolition took place at BACA this week as Skins took a pasting from a fired up and motivated Bibs side. It was a night to forget for Skins who lost Southwell to a calf injury with 15 minutes to go but they were already 7-1 down by then and it was somewhat surprising that a) the lead wasn't increased and Whitey & Brenchley didn't get on the score sheet.
The game started relatively evenly and Southwell just missed the target as he looked to keep his winning run going.
For all of Skins decent possession early they looked ever so vulnerable at the back with the usual steadfast Matt Green being replaced by the South American flair at late notice.
Later in the game the South American resembled a Colombian Grant Mitchell as he went seeking retribution on Curry for what he felt was a robust challenge.
It was Curry who opened the scoring Skins wasting possession and a Brenchley ball found the all action midfielder and he finished past Virgo.
Virgo was beaten again when he couldn't see through bodies and Tricker's well struck effort went in for 2-0.
It was 4-0 at half time with the fourth being scored by John that Hat finishing well at the back post. I can't recall the scorer of the 3rd but I think it was Curry with his second of the game.
The best chance of a poor first half for Skins came when Southwell set up Beebee but his first time shot from 2 yards was saved by Voss a rare save for the win machine.
Skins had to score early in the second half but they were still being dominated for the most part. Baker did get one after Southwell found him to restore some respectability.
A brief flurry from Skins who had chances but King Luis blazed over when well placed and at other times he couldn't get his shot away.
The brief comeback was halted when John the Hat who played well throughout took the game away from Skins with clinical finishing to take the match ball home after three perfect forward rolls.
With Southwell out of the game Skins could thank Virgo for keeping the scoreline at 7-1 as he battled it out with Brenchley to the death.
It was a complete performance from Bibs and all 8 could have had a chance of MOTM but in the end it was Mitchell just from the Hat. That's two in a row for the defender who could become the first ever player to win 3 consecutive awards next week. Jac Edwards & Tom Green have had opportunities to perform the hatrick but both came up short.
MOTM - Jason Mitchell - Playing some fine football since he lost the Claire's accessories head band. Should probably dislocate his finger more often.