Ayton scored 13 times as they recorded a comfortable win over Barrowcliff Reserves in Division Two.
The village side took the lead, in the day’s only scheduled fixture, when Mike Grayshan converted from the penalty spot early on.
The same player netted again to double the advantage, before Kieran Friett and Joe Mills got their names on the scoresheet to hand Mark Plumpton’s team a four-goal cushion at half-time.
Grayshan completed his treble after the break, and substitute Ben Mason, who arrived from the bench with 30 minutes to go, helped himself to four goals from the centre of midfield.
Mills added another, and Niall Prentice also hit a brace as Ayton’s dominance continued, before an own goal took the final score to 13-0.
Boss Plumpton singled out four-goal Mason as his side’s man of the match.