Hereford FC moved ten points clear at the top of the Evo-Stik League South Premier table after a comfortable 4-0 win at bottom side Gosport Borough in front of a 539 Privett Park crowd.
The only goal of the first half came after 13 minutes through Mike Symons.
The Bulls eventually doubled their advantage through recent recruit Jennison Myrie-Williams after 64 minutes and 7 minutes later, Dara O`Shea added a third.
Symons` second of the game made it 4-0 within a minute of O`Shea`s effort.
Defeat leaves struggling Gosport four points adrift of relegation rivals Dunstable Town with just one game in hand.
Slough Town moved back into the top five in the evening`s other game, but they had to make do with a point from a 1-1 Arbour Park draw with mid-table Basingstoke Town.
In front of a crowd of 471, it was goalless at the break and then it was the visitors who broke the deadlock with 20 minutes to play, thanks to a fine free-kick from Jack McKnight.
However, the Rebels were back on level terms within 9 minutes with a well-worked equaliser with sub Simon Dunn the creator, weaving his way into the box before finding Chris Flood, who fired into the top corner.