New Street moved in to third place in the table, following the withdrawal of Infinity, and with a comfortable 0-5 win over Totton and Eling at Millers Park.

The Andover side completed the double over the home side, their total of goals scored in the last four League matches to 22.

Street showed their intentions straight from the first whistle with a close-range Chris Flood effort from a Harry Lawton cross saved by keeper Ciaran Hinds and new signing Mike Gosney having a shot cleared off the line.

A neat home move was halted by goalkeeper Jordi Wilson saving at Traore’s feet before Gosney just failed to make sufficient contact with a Flood cross at the other end. The pressure was eventually rewarded in the 12th minute when a Gosney corner from the right was bundled over the line by Harry Lawton despite the close attentions of a home defender. (0-1)

New Street were dominating possession, while having to be wary of Traore’s pace on the break, and after Flood had been crowded out by weight of numbers, they doubled their lead just before the half hour. Gosney switched to the right flank and pulled the ball back from the by line for Shane Lock to react the quickest and turn the ball past Hinds. (0-2)

Totton’s Justin Dominey collected a rather harsh caution for what looked nothing more than a collision and Lock an even more perverse caution for going to the dug out and being adjudged to have left the field without permission. That may or may not have been the reason but the Assessor could throw no light on the matter at the break.

The home side escaped when a Flood header from a Joe Wright cross smacked against the underside of the bar, bounced down on the line and in to the hands of the grateful goalkeeper, but the visitors were not to be denied and added a third on the stroke of half time. Gosney found space on the left and his low hard driven cross came off a defender’s foot on to his arm, and whilst there was no intention to handle the ball, under the present illogical rules it was a penalty and Chris Flood made no mistake from the spot. (0-3)

If the score at half-time suggested the game over, it was surely confirmed within 60 seconds of the restart when Street added goal number four, Lock cleverly turning the ball in to Gosney's path and the finish past the advancing goalkeeper was cool and clinical. (0-4)

The home side responded with a break down the right and a chance, with a cross that was rather scuffed in to Wilson’s arms by Dominey from close range. Lock had a shot well saved and the hard working Mikey Davis was too high after being found by Lawson before Flood suffered a similar fate. Midway through the half it was five as a move involving four or five players ended with Lock collecting his second, turning Davis’s cross past the overworked Hinds. (0-5)

The scorer then gave way to Ross Cook who immediately was foiled by the goalkeeper’s legs and after Wilson had confidently dealt with a dangerous cross, Street won four corners in the space of some ninety seconds without any end result. They found the time to introduce substitutes Cameron Thatcher and Max Allen and the game rather drifted to its conclusion with the only other action of note being a Cook free kick that was pushed round the post by Hinds.

Totton and Eling have endured a difficult second half to the season after the departure of their manager and several players and whilst they battled hard throughout the visitors were on a different level and the result was never in doubt as the New Street band wagon rolled on.