LYME Regis made easy work of bottom side Culm United as they breezed to an outstanding 9-2 Devon & Exeter Division Two win on Saturday.

The Seasiders coped brilliantly with the terrible conditions as five of their players got on the scoresheet.

Joe Bond carried on his fine form as he scored his second hat-trick in a week against the same opposition.

Mark Bailey joined Bond on the scoresheet with a clinical brace for the visitors.

Julien Simier and Rob Fellingham also got in on the act with a goal each, but the best strike of the day was left to Adam Caddy as his rasping shot from 25 yards found the top corner.

A Culm United player found his own net to complete the rout for Lyme Regis.

The home side did pull two consolatory goals back but that will be of little comfort to a side that have conceded 20 goals to Lyme Regis in just a week.

The Seasiders’ match with Exmouth Town Seconds on Easter Monday was postponed leaving the side fourth in the table, with only goal difference keeping them out of the promotion positions.

However both Chulmleigh and Exmouth, who sit either side of them in the table, have games in hand, meaning Lyme Regis still have a lot of work to do if they are to achieve promotion.