An impressive display from Lower Breck saw them rack up six goals without reply to pick up a win that sent back to the top of the table.
The Merseysiders were 4-0 up within 19 minutes to finish the game as a contest, and added another just on half time to make it 5-0 at the break.
However, Daisy refused to throw in the towel, and it took until two minutes from time before Breck added their final goal of the evening.
As it happened, Daisy actually began the game well and won a series of corners in the opening minutes, but once the opening goal arrived on 9 minutes it was the visitors who took control.
Louis Austin was the first to get on the scoresheet, after he reacted quickly to a long ball over the top of the defence down the right, and took a touch before delivering a cool finish from 12 yards.
Two minutes later the long ball tactic worked again, this time down the left, and Breck striker Stephen Milne showed good pace and strength to shrug off a challenge from Ellis Worrall before firing a shot in off the far post.
Luke Duffy added a third goal on 15 minutes, when he collected a short corner, and squeezed a shot through a ruck of players into the bottom corner, and three minutes later Stephen Milne grabbed his second of the night when he controlled a long free kick into the box, before burying a shot past Craig Haynes.
Louis Austin then found the back of the net in the 35th minute only to have his effort ruled out for offside, but he had better luck a minute before half time, when he outpaced the Daisy defence down the right, and shrugged off a challenge before rifling a shot from an angle high into the roof of the net.
There was no disguising that it had been a torrid opening 45 minutes for the Daisy players, but to their credit they came in the second half and made a game of it.
Jacob Ridings curled a free kick just wide of the target, and two minutes later combined with Jamie Ramwell to set up a shooting chance that Ramwell saw saved by Breck keeper Joshua Molloy.
On the hour it got even worse for Daisy, when Dean Singleton was shown a straight card for denying Stephen Milne a goalscoring opportunity, and from then any goal threat from Daisy came from the relentless running of Jamie Ramwell who ploughed a lone furrow up front, and on several occasions tested Molloy in the Breck goal with long range efforts.
The final action of the evening arrived two minutes from time, when Jamie Henders added a sixth goal, with a shot on the volley from a cross sent deep into the box.