In perfect rugby conditions, Waid did, however, look a little shaky to begin with, but the soon stepped up a gear and took their opportunity to get the first try of the day when the ball was shipped out to winger Lucas Miskiewicz, who touched down between the posts.
Next on the scoresheet was full-back John Murray, who dummied his opposite number to break the line.
Almost immediately afterwards, it was captain Adam Shaw’s turn to put points on the board.
Panmure attempted a kicking game to try and catch the East Neuk team on the back foot, but this did not go to plan and flanker Eric Anderson, who was also celebrating a milestone in starting his 19th consecutive season, got hold of the ball, and his force could not be matched as Waid ran over for yet another score.
The Anstruther men showed no mercy and dominated the scrums.
Fast ball from scrum-half George Hodge allowed the threatening centre duo, Allan Drysdale and Kieran Doak, to display their impressive technical skills to confuse the Panmure cover and resulted in a score each.
The scoring continued as Waid were relentless against their outclassed opponents.
Drysdale, celebrating his 21st birthday, ended up helping himself to five tries.
This Saturday, Waid are at home to Harris Academy.