The Parkes Spacemen have warmed up for their next three away games with a 110-nil demolition of Westside on Jock Colley Field on Sunday.
Parkes scored 19 tries at regular intervals to allow for an early finish after just 54 minutes.
It was 18-nil after 11 minutes, 40-nil after 19 and 70-nil at oranges as the Spacemen enjoyed a training gallop against the same 17 Westside players who had earlier appeared in reserve grade.
When the carnage resumed seven tries were scored in just 14 minutes to allow for an early finish.
The in-form Joey Dwyer scored six of the tries, coming within an ace of emulating the seven try record effort of winger Bob Jayet at Narromine almost fifty years ago.
Joey Dwyer scored six of the tries, coming within an ace of emulating the seven try record effort of winger Bob Jayet at Narromine almost 50 years ago.Parkes Spacemen
Centre Brandon Paige provided four tries and Jake Porter landed 12 great goals from all over the paddock as ground announcer Wok Wheeldon, the best in the West by far, was forced to reboot the scoreboard to cater for the avalanche of points.
Indeed the versatile Porter contributed a mammoth 32 points towards the Parkes cause, providing an easy afternoon for his brother Chad who has been in superb touch all season at club and group level.
But while the nature of the win boosted the Spacemen percentages and consolidated third place on the table it is now very much game-on for coach Brent Wood and his developing side over the next three weeks.
Away games at Wellington, Nyngan and Narromine will provide a reliable indication of the Spacemen prospects for a final three berth and two bites at that elusive premiership cherry.
With three senior players set to return to duty, the clash at Wellington takes on added importance for the Spacemen, now five and three in the competition with six rounds to play.
Parkes 110 (Joey Dwyer 6, Brandon Paige 4, Ben Lovett 3, Jake Porter 2, Ben Davis, Chad Porter, Benjamin John, Jay Slavic tries; Jake Porter 12, Paige 2, Dwyer, James Goonrey, Dom Fiorenzad goals) def - Westide 0.
Earlier the Parkes Reserves scored an unconvincing 30-12 win over the Rabbitohs to remain in semi-final contention, while the crowd pleasing League Tag girls won 56-nil.