Prims entertained Kimberley Miners Welfare, currently unbeaten in the East Midlands Counties League.
Prims were looking to make it six wins in a row and five games without conceding a goal.
It couldn’t have started any better for Prims after three minutes Bhupinder Aietan put an excellent through ball for Brad Scard to run on to and with Kinnerly advancing out from the Kimberley goal he chipped the ball in.
After eleven minutes Kimberley could have been level, Jordan Kelly misjudged a header and Isaac Minot was clean through with just Andy Fretwell to beat. Minott took his shot early but luckily for Prims it went wide. On twenty minutes they had another chance when John Jebbison cut in from the left and beat four Prims defenders going across the penalty area but was denied by Fretwell when he decided to shoot.
On thirty three minutes Scard tried to curl the ball in at the far post but it was easily saved by Kinnerly. Two minutes later Prims went two up when Scard went down the left and crossed for Kevin Morrow to head home . It was a scrappy first half with the referee giving many needless free kicks.
Half time Prims 2 Kimberley MW 0
Prims came out in the second half on the front foot again and in the fifty second minute increased the lead. Kimberley failed to clear a Michael Fitzhugh free kick, the ball fell to Aietan on the edge of the box whose weak shot somehow managed to squeeze through the hands and legs of Kinnerly and over the goal line. Seven minutes later Prims made it four when Scard was first to the ball when put through.
Prims continued to attack and chances by Scard and Morrow failed to find the back of the net.
Kimberley pushed for a consolation goal but didn’t really trouble Fretwell. However in the ninety second minute Ryan Seale failed to clear a corner with any distance and when the ball came back in Sean Green scored from close range.
Prims 4 Kimberley MW 1