Five minutes were all North Enderby Timber needed to keep its perfect North Okanagan Soccer League season intact.
NET (9-0-0) opened the scoring five minutes in and went on to a 4-0 win over city rivals Turn-Key Controls Wednesday at MacDonald Park.
Kyle Fertile sent in Brent Poulsen on the breakaway, and Poulsen beat Turn-Key (4-4-1) keeper Gregg Douma with one touch to the top corner.
Poulsen continued to roll 10 minutes later when Dan Aikema played a perfectly weighted long ball over top of everyone, letting Poulsen outrun the defence before cutting the ball back around the lanky Turn-Key defender and beating Douma low.
Finlay McPhie added some insurance in the second half on a penalty kick after he was taken down on a breakaway.
Fertile capped the timber offence on a beautiful solo effort beating multiple defenders and the controllers’ keeper.
Victor Gouchee earned his third clean sheet in a row making multiple all star saves.
In the other all-Vernon derby, Monashees and Peters Tirecraft played to scoreless draw at Mac Park.
Brock Ream did a great job distributing the ball in the midfield, while forwards Justin Mitchell and Clark Richardson provided a ton of spark up front for Peters Tirecraft (1-5-3), who maintain a one-point lead over Monashees (1-6-2) at the bottom of the table.