CREWE Vagrants smashed 11 goals in two games as they enjoyed a superb weekend of league and cup hockey.
Ollie Cooper and skipper James Capper got two each in a 4-0 win over Southport in North West Division One on Saturday.
Cooper took his personal tally to four in two matches when he was on song again the following day against Truro in the Harrods HA Trophy fourth round. Paddy Leese, Dave Holland, Henry Weir (2) and Andrew Ashworth weighed in to complete a 7-2 win.
A club spokesman said: 'The 4-0 win over Southport amply made up for our disappointing early season draw at their place. And we put in a splendid second-half performance to knock out Truro.'
On Saturday, Crewe took an early lead when marksman Cooper followed up Weir's trademark dribble and hit the net with precision.
Capper was twice thwarted when poised to shoot, Holland rifled straight at the keeper and Cooper's fierce short corner drive was well saved as Crewe pressed home their advantage.
But they had to wait until eight minutes into the second half to get their next goal, when Cooper crashed his second high into the net.
Rob Jepson was inches wide of the post, but Capper deflected home a fierce Holland drive to make the game safe soon after. Two minutes into stoppage time Luke Ramli broke upfield and teed up Capper for the fourth.
On Sunday, keeper Chris Scott made some super saves to help Crewe survive an early onslaught from Western Premier League Division Two side Truro.
And that paved the way for a spell of Vagrants attacking, which yielded Cooper's trademark drag flick which made it 1-0 on 27 minutes.
The Cornishmen levelled five minutes later, but Weir quickly made it 2-1 with a deft touch and Cooper provided a two-goal cushion in first-half stoppage time.
Leese hammered a superb angled shot into the bottom right corner early in the second half to
provide Vagrants with an extra confidence.
They enjoyed almost complete dominance and rained shots on goal. Ashworth completed a fine attack started by Jepson and Cooper to make it 5-1, and Capper made it six just 60 seconds later.
Truro won brief respite with a consolation goal from the second of two corners, but Weir completed the scoring late in the day.
Crewe 2nds shared a 2-2 draw with Oxton 3rds, while the 3rds beat Oxton 4ths 2-0. The 4ths over-came Runcorn 4-3. Crewe Ladies pipped Kirkby Stephen 2-1.