A second-half hat-trick from Stuart Beavon helped Weymouth to an emphatic 4-0 victory at Eastbourne.
The hosts, who are top of Blue Square South, started brightly and Matt Crabb wasted a golden opportunity in the 18th minute as his touch deserted him following a pinpoint Andy Atkin throughball.
Weymouth's only chance of a below-par half fell to Nick Crittenden after Beavon had lifted the ball over the Eastbourne defence, but the former Chelsea trainee was quickly closed down by home goalkeeper Lee Hook.
The deadlock was broken in the 53rd minute as Eastbourne failed to pick up substitute Jefferson Louis from a Paolo Vernazza corner and the big striker headed home with his first touch.
It was one-way traffic after Louis' strike, and the Terras made it two in the 80th minute as Louis found Beavon and he slid the ball through Hook's legs from 10 yards.
It was game, set and match four minutes later as the influential Louis crossed from the right and Beavon controlled the ball before dispatching the ball into the bottom left-hand corner.
Weymouth completed the rout in the 89th minute as Louis turned and shot, and after Hook had spilled the ball, Beavon was on hand to slide the ball home and claim his hat-trick.