Selsey made the most of their return to action as they battered Oakwood 6-0 in Southern Combination Football League division one.
Daren Pearce’s side have been left kicking their heels like many sides during the wet weather but finally got a game on at the Bunn Leisure Stadium against the relegation battlers.
The floodgates opened after 19 minutes when Max Davies swivelled and fired home.
James Cowans’ free-kick four minutes before the break doubled the advantage.
Davies added his second five minutes after the restart.
Nine minutes later a Cowans’ free-kick found Theo Bennett, who smashed home to make it 4-0.
Max Davies’ brother, Syd, looked like he might have thrown Oaks a lifeline when he conceded a penalty but the keeper made amends as he saved the spot-kick.
Selsey wrapped up the win with an 81st-minute Mike Baker effort and goal from substitute Callum Jefkins with two minutes to go.
Selsey are at home to Seaford Town tomorrow (3pm KO).
In division two, Bosham go to Worthing Town (2pm KO).
The Robins’ game against visitors Angmering Village last Saturday was postponed.