A totally dominant Bedworth found their best form to destroy Leicester Nirvana and finish the day in 2nd place MPL East just two points off Milton Keynes College who they take on next week at Tattenhoe Pavillion. United showed great energy throughout the game and Glover in the Nirvana goal was called into action after 5 minutes saving well from Teetheh which saw the home side under constant threat from a positive Bedworth. In the 90 minutes Jake Bull in United's goal was only called upon once to deny the pacey trickster Clayton-Naute as he could stand and admire his teammates who went about the job in a near perfect fashion. Captain Will Harris got the ball rolling for United with a powerful angled shot that gave Glover (GK) no chance and he added a second from a Johnson corner with a finish from yards out. The home defence was under the cosh and Glover made two good saves before he was given no chance by a strong Teetheh who bundled his way through tackles to punish Nirvana and make it 0-3 after 40 minutes. Capela was unlucky to see his goal-bound strike blocked close to the goal-line by a sprawling Pinczynsici after 52 minutes, but Bedworth drove forward and added a fourth when Alex Bonkar raced cleared and despite Glover initially blocking his effort the rebound cannoned off Bonkar and into the net. Dave Cook switched things around and the introduction of Bradshaw and Swiercz produced a fifth-goal, an alert Bradshaw slipping in Patryk Swiercz to finish from a tight-angle. Deep into the game United made it 'six' when Swiercz burst clear to thump the ball home with a smart finish. The diminutive striker then became provider as he set up Todd Loveitt who smashed a shot just inches over the bar from 20-yards. (FT 0-6) A great 'team' performance from Bedworth who gave their best in all areas and showed good qualities be it defending or when driving forward, they never gave their hosts a sniff and will be in a good frame of mind going into next week's 'bigee' away to table-toppers Milton Keynes College.