Wealdstone produced their biggest National League South win of the season as they thrashed promotion rivals Bath City 7-0 at The Vale.

Bath came into the game second in the table and could have closed the gap between themselves and the Stones to just four points with a win, but they now find themselves 10 adrift and level on points with Havant & Waterlooville and Slough Town.

Billy Clifford and Connor Stevens scored either side of an own goal to give the Stones a 3-0 half-time lead.

Dennon Lewis then added a brace in the second half before Danny Green and Michael Phillips capped off a resounding victory.

Dean Brennan made just one change to his side, with Aston Oxborough coming in for Harry Isted after extending his loan from Norwich City.

Wealdstone took a deserved lead after 14 minutes when a free-kick was cleared only as far as Clifford, and he sent a fantastic low drive back through the crowd of players and into the bottom corner.

They then doubled their advantage nine minutes later when another set-piece was converted into his own net by a Bath defender.

Wealdstone’s dominance paid off once more just before the break as Green’s corner was met by Stevens who rose highest to power in his header.

The hosts continued to attack after the break and got a fourth when a neat interchange between Moses Emmanuel and Lewis resulted in the latter blasting into the top corner.

Lewis completed his brace shortly after when he drilled into the bottom corner to put Wealdstone well out of sight at 5-0.

The brace-scorer then turned provider after another mazy run, this time laying off for Green to fire low past the Bath goalkeeper and make it six.

Phillips then made an instant impact as a substitute, tapping in at the far post from Clifford’s low cross.

Next up for the Stones is their rearranged Middlesex Senior Cup tie away at Staines Town tomorrow night, while their next league game comes this Saturday away at Tonbridge Angels.