Newry City cruised past Institute at The Showgrounds to move into top spot in the Lough 41 Championship after three games.
Darren Mullen's raced into a four goal lead at the break, with John McGovern opening the scoring inside the first ten minutes after leaving his marker behind to nod home a Samuel McIlveen ball to the edge of the six yard box.
McGovern doubled his tally and Newry's lead midway through the first half after running onto a lob over keeper Leannan McCann to touch the ball into the unguarded net.
Number three arrived just after the half-hour mark after the Stute defence couldn't clear a free-kick with the ball eventually being recycled to reach Daniel Hughes who couldn't miss from close range.
And it was 4-0 on the stroke of half-time. A great team move out of defence saw McGovern pick up the ball just inside his own half, run to the edge of the box and lay it off for James Teelan to touch home.
Newry's fifth came just after the hour through Declan Carville's near post header after the ball had been whipped in from the left.
'Stute earned a late consolation through Brendan McLaughlin who showed composure to drag the ball past a defender and send a low drive into the right side of the net.