LEG-SPINNER Danny Naughton capitalised fully on the havoc caused by Moorfield's opening bowlers on Saturday.
He bamboozled Winstanley Park to finish with 5-14 off six overs.
Having already been sent reeling to 11-4, thanks to two wickets each from Neil Maher and Rob Magee, the home side were unable to cope with Naughton's wizardry.
Moorfield easily - and quickly - knocked off the 67 they needed for victory to continue their march at the top of the Merseyside Competition & Southport Alliance's Division Two.
Skipper John Eccleshall had won the toss and elected to bowl in glorious conditions on a poor wicket.
Winstanley Park were 66 all out in 30 overs. Second top scorer for the home side was leg byes with 12!
After tea, the Moorfield openers Les Atherton and Iain Maher took to the crease.
While Les held an end up with 8no, Iain set about the Winstanley attack with some belligerent hitting.
The game was finished in 10 overs as Maher crashed 55no off 34 balls in 36 minutes - the innings comprising 10 fours and two sixes.
This wasn't a bad effort, considering he had stonewalled the first nine balls for no runs.
Moorfield finished on 68-0, with the 20 points gained keeping them top.
The chasing pack lost further ground in defeats.
Moorfield 2nd continued to struggle at home against Old Xaverians at Moorfield Road.
Skipper Tony Harrison lost the toss and was put into bat, and wickets began to fall with regularity. Tony notched 13, Mike Harrison 11 and Andy Paton 12.
Opener Brian Tobin was left frustrated at the other end as most of the wickets tumbled, and finished on a creditable 46. Moorfield were all out for 131 off 47 overs.
In response, Old Xavs set about the Moorfield attack and secured the win off 28 overs for the loss of only one wicket. Their top scorer was Dave Jones on 67, supported by No3 Keith Heywood (41).
Moorfield took six points to Old Xavs' 20.