Prims welcomed their nearest and dearest Borrowash Vics on a warm Bank Holiday Monday.
This time last season Prims scored ten, this season they were hoping for a win no matter what scoreline.
Prims started on the front foot and took the game to Vics. With Michael Fitzhugh and Kev Morrow having chances but both shots narrowly wide.
Prims took the lead in the ninth minute when a Fitzhugh corner was met by an unmarked George Lynam who powered a header in. Six minutes later Prims made it two with either a wonder goal or one hell of a miss kick. A ball was played down Prims right hand side for Kev Morrow to chase which he made in front of the defender, instead of holding the ball he hit a shot or mis hit cross which went over the Vics keeper and in to the far corner.
Morrow had the chance to get his second but missed a free header from eight yards.
Vics then started to have the ball themselves but didn’t trouble Brown in the Prims goal.
In the heat of the afternoon Prims could not increase their lead in the remainder of the first half.
It took Prims ten minutes to make it three when Morrow found the back of the net, it was then all Prims with chances falling to Fell, Fitzhugh, Lynam, and Byrne
Vics tried to get back in the game but Prims central defenders of Oliver Ball and Elliott Dawson were in complete control.
In the eighty sixth minute Prims made it four when Stephen Byrne rounded off some smart play.
Prims 4 Vics 0