Sunderland West End were thrashed on home soil as Wolviston ran out comfortable winners in the Wearside League.

John Butler gave West End the lead before goals from Daniel Drazdauskas, Josh Chambers, Jordan Jaques, Michael McGee and Philip Otele gave Wolviston a commanding lead at half-time.

McGee completed his hat-trick in the second half to seal all three points for the away side in a very convincing win.

The win for Wolviston sees them stay in second while West End remain in third.

Sunderland took the lead five minutes in when Butler turned home a corner before Drazdauskas struck from the edge of the box to equalise a minute later.

Wolviston were awarded a penalty two minutes later which Chambers placed into the bottom left corner past West End keeper Graeme Pickering.

The visitors extended their lead when West End failed to clear a corner, leaving the unmarked Jaques to place a half-volley into the bottom right corner.

McGee scored his first of the evening in the 21st minute when he brought down the ball on the half turn in the box to poke home past Pickering.

Butler had the chance to score his second when he rounded Wolviston keeper Christopher Davidson, only for his shot to be blocked brilliantly on the line by Charlie Gaffney.

Otele scored just before half-time when he skipped through the West End defence to place the ball into the corner beyond Pickering.

The scorer then turned provider in the second half when he drove down the line and into the box to cross low for McGee to tap home.

Otele provided again when his low cross was tapped home by McGee to give Wolviston a very comfortable lead 66 minutes in.

Reece Noble had the chance to score for the home side when his strike skimmed the post, but Wolviston comfortably sealed all three points.