Colne continued their impressive form, securing an 8-match unbeaten streak with a dominant 7-0 victory over Pilkington last Saturday.
The Reds took a brief 5 minutes to analyze their opponents before launching a relentless assault. Jamie Edwards opened the scoring on the 9th minute with a flicked header at the near post from a BHC corner.
Seven minutes later, it was BHC's turn to shine as a powerful free kick found the bottom corner, leaving the outstretched Hilton helpless.
Edwards notched his second of the game and 8th of the season five minutes before the break, displaying excellent teamwork with Weaver for a neat one-two, finishing from 6 yards out.
The second half mirrored the first, and Weaver capitalized on defensive confusion and goalkeeping errors just 5 minutes in. His persistence paid off with a second goal, just 2 minutes later
Despite Hilton's commendable double save on the 61st minute, Weaver found the net again from close range, capitalizing on the hosts' defensive lapse, marking his third hat-trick of the season and 29th overall.
On the 72nd minute, Frost made his mark with his first goal for the club, slotting home at the back post after Hilton's saves.
The Reds sealed a resounding 7-0 victory, marking their highest winning margin in five years, capping off an impressive run of form.