St Pats turned in its most dominant performance in recent years as it battered Wodonga Diamonds 5-0 at Alexandra Park on Sunday.
Andrew Stevens opened St Pats' account in the fourth minute and skipper Ben White doubled the advantage after 26 minutes.
Any hope of a Diamonds fightback was quickly put to rest when Carlos Hassan fired in two more in the 60th and 71st minutes to make it 4-0 for the home side.
White netted a second seven minutes from full-time to complete the 5-0 drubbing.
The young captain said it was the best win he's been involved with at the club.
"I'm very pleased with the result and proud of the boys for working as a team for the whole 90 minutes," White said.
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"The whole team maintained a very high intensity throughout the game which enabled us to get on top of the opposition."
Meanwhile, Albury United dished out more pain for Melrose with an 8-0 victory at Melrose Park.
Sam Mason put United ahead 10 minutes in and just a matter of moments later Frenchman Gauthier Robin was on the scoresheet.
Melkie Woldemichael made it 3-0 for the Greens in the 23rd minute with his first goal for his new club and had a brace on half-time after he converted a penalty.
There was more carnage to come for Melrose as Robin netted his second in the 55th minute and Aidan Rees joined the onslaught with two in the space of eight minutes (76th and 84th minute).
Co-captain Caleb Martin rounded out a fine afternoon for United with his side's eighth in the final minute.
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