STEVEN KENWORTHY scored all six goals as AFC Emley enjoyed a victory romp in their Northern Counties East League First Division clash with Handsworth.
And the 6-1 success came after the visitors scored just 20 seconds into the Welfare Ground game – without an Emley player touching the ball.
In a slick move, David Cockerill burst down the right and delivered the perfect pass to Alex Torr, who fired home from eight yards.
Emley looked shell-shocked, and a repeat of the Sheffield side’s 4-0 win over them back in August looked possible.
But they gradually found their feet, and Dean Wharam, Marc Townsend and Teo Ringrose all had chances before Kenworthy levelled on 44 minutes.
Max Joice played a short free-kick to Josh Ingham, who clipped the ball through for Kenworthy to lash in from 15 yards.
Veteran striker Mick Godber, who had been Handsworth’s biggest dangerman, was sent off for a second yellow card (dissent after kicking the ball away) in the 50th minute.
And Emley quickly took advantage as Judd Colley delivered a deep free-kick which was flicked on by Sean Hazelden for Kenworthy to nod home.
Handsworth were still threatening, but Kenworthy made it 3-1 by converted a cross from Dean Wharam at the second attempt in the 76th minute.
Goal number four came on 84 when the visiting keeper was unable to hold Nathan Tayo’s shot and Kenworthy fired in the loose ball.
The rout was completed by two in the final three minutes, the first drilled home after neat control from a free-kick and the second a close-range finish after Wharam hit a post.
Emley, who remain 15th in the table to Handsworth’s 10th, head for sixth-placed Askern Villa tomorrow.
Emley: Clarke, Joice (Washington, 62), Tayo, Ingham, Colley, Hazelden, Townsend, Ringrose (Roberts, 75), Kenworthy, Wharam, Barnes (Dowling, 75).