No it's definitely not a miss print.

Down thirds defeated derby rivals Kilkeel fourths 10-0 at Malone Park last weekend.

Skipper, James Cunningham weighed in with a hat-trick, while the rest of the goals were shared out among the team.

Even wily veteran, Trevor Lennon, got his name on the scoresheet as the locals ran amok.

They led 4-0 at half-time and with a smattering of young players in the side, the club's future looks to be in safe hands.

Rising star, Gavin Laverty, opened the scoring for the home side when he popped up at the back post to set his side on the road to victory.

Flying postman, Stephen Strain, delivered a first class finish when he bagged his side's second goal with a neat finish and before Kilkeel could recover from the blow of conceding two early goals, they were left with a mountain to climb when Lennon used all his know how to be in the right place at the right time to make it 3-0.

David Ferris, son of former first eleven legend Brian, made his debut for the thirds last weekend and weighed in with his side's fourth goal to complete the scoring before the interval.

If Kilkeel were hoping Down would take their foot off the gas in the second half they were in for a real shock.

Adam McKee and Chris Ferguson, the club's other new recruits, weighed in with a a goal apiece before Cunningham took centre stage.

The captain led by example and his never-say-die spirit, which has been a feature of the thirds this season, again rubbed off on those around him.

Cunningham has found the knack of scoring this year and his power and pace unsettled the best of defences.

Not content with a couple of goals, JC proved he could be the thirds' saviour this season with a brilliant hat-trick.