EAST Fife Ladiesdestroyedd bottom side Monifiet by an astonishing scoreline of 26-h, knowing promotion may well go down to the wire and be decided by goal difference.
The Fifers are five points from the top of the league and, prior to the match, were 13 goals behind the league leaders.
Fife got off to a flying start, with Skivington finding the net after great wide play by Wylie.
Clark was next up, bagging another great goal, after more good play from Wylie.
Clark would go on to bag a first half hat-trick, with Skivington added a second after fine play through midfield.
Fife captain and midfielder, Fitzpatrick, who had yet to net in a competitive game this season, stepped up for a penalty after a deliberate hand ball in the box from a Reilly shot.
Her initial effort was saved but Fitzpatrick fired home the rebound to net her first of the season.
Tracey Flatt was moved up front and was quick to get her name on the scoresheet with two fine goals before others were added as the game went on.