Team Sunderland’s women went looking for a first win of the season on Wednesday afternoon but left with a second straight defeat.
Sunderland scored one in both halves with Courtney Mole scoring both goals, one from the penalty spot and the other from outside the area.
Lancaster scored twice in the first half to lead at the break and in a second-half Sunderland would want to forget they added four more goals to their tally.
Lancaster struck first after stealing the ball in midfield and playing it into the box where the striker calmly finished into the bottom right corner.
Sunderland then won a penalty after a Lancaster defenders hand struck the ball right on the goal line.
Mole stepped up to take the penalty and scored with ease blasting the ball into the right of the goal sending the keeper the wrong way.
Lancaster got through again after a mistake at the back by Sunderland, the striker was through 1 on 1 and slotted the ball into the net.
Sunderland made a fast start to the second half after Mole picked up the ball outside the area and fired it into the net levelling the score.
But it is not to last Lancaster go forward and strike the bar twice before their striker heads the ball in to give them the advantage once again.
Lancaster added a fourth when their midfielder runs through the Sunderland team under little pressure before slotting the ball bottom left of the goal.
The fifth follows soon for Lancaster when a corner is curled in high and fast, nobody makes contact, the ball flies straight into the Sunderland goal.
Goal number six came after the Sunderland goalkeeper saved a 1 on 1 chance, but the ball fell kindly for an oncoming player who couldn’t miss the open goal.