MOSMAN moved into the top four on goal difference after thumping Dee Why 4-1 on Saturday night at Cromer Park.
Paul Dodd (2), Jordan Perkins and Andy Jakinczuk were on target for the Whales in the one sided affair which made the rest of the competition sit up andtake notice.
“It was a good team performance, the boys executed the game plan well,” Mosman coach Josh Ayscough said.
“We absorbed some early pressure, then showed some real class.”
Unai Bell scored Dee Why’s loan goal, with the Swans tumbling down to sixth spot on the ladder.
Other results saw Wakehurst beat St Augustine’s 3-1, Curl Curl outclassed Narrabeen 4-1, Seaforth and Pittwater RSL FC drew 2-2 and Brookvale thrashed CC Strikers 6-0.