Bryan Norton and Mark Robinson both scored  hat-tricks as Sunderland West End completed a resounding 10-0 win over Windscale.

It took West End less than five minutes to take the lead as Kev Gordon scored with an instinctive strike inside the box.

In the 14th minute, Bryan Norton scored his first goal of the afternoon after he placed the ball past the keeper and doubled the home team’s lead.

Defender Adam Drysdale scored another in the 23rd minute while Robert Hall hit a crisp strike  into the back of the net just a few seconds later to make it 4-0.

The second half started the same as Norton grabbed his second in the 46th minute and then a minute later it was 6:0 when Robinson curled a sweet strike to beat the visiting  goalkeeper.

Norton completed his hat-trick in the 51st minute from a penalty spot while Robinson did the same in the 57th minute.

First, he scored his second of the afternoon the minute before and then reacted with confidence after a cross from Reece Thompson to grab his third goal of the game.

Last time these two sides meet West End scored 11, and today James Fairly made sure in the 80th minute that in this game his team once more reached double figures.

Despite the convincing victory, West End stay fourth with 38 points while Windscale conceded for the 81st time in the League today and they are 17th.

Anthony Nelson’s team next face Gateshead Rutherford in the Durham Trophy on Saturday at 1.30 pm.