Munster Junior Cup
Pike Rovers made it 21 goals in two Munster Junior Cup clashes this season with a one sided victory over Southend on Sunday.
The reigning champions hit a perfect 10 against Cappamore Celtic in the first round, but took it up a notch in round 2 putting 11 past Southend.
Former amateur international Steven McGann will grab the headlines as he managed to score four goals from midfield, but Jonathan Grant will be happy after bagging his first hat trick for the club.
McGann got the ball rolling early on when he tapped home a rebounded Darragh Rainsford effort.
The in the mood central midfielder made it two soon after but in more emphatic fashion driving into the back before driving home.
The Clare native then completed his hat trick and made it three when he put the finishing touches on some fine Evan Patterson work.
McGann then turned provider as the FAI Junior Cup finalists extended their cushion, this time Darragh Rainsford with the goal.
Former League of Ireland talent, Rainsford then made it five this time converting a Paddy O’Malley cross.
O’Malley’s corner then allowed Eoin ‘Boris’ Hanrahan to nod home and make it six by half time.
Grant then got his first and his sides seventh after the turn before O’Malley deservedly got on the score sheet.
McGann made it 9 from the spot and Grant put the icing on the cake with two late strikes.
Next up for Pike is an FAI Junior Cup clash with Mungret Regional.