Reds claimed their best win in the County League so far as they extended their unbeaten run to three matches.
A bright start was rewarded with the first goal with Tom Houghton applying a neat finish from an acute angle.
Wigton then had a spell in the game but were unable to capitalise on some promising attacks and it was probably against the run of play when Reds doubled their lead just before half time.
Aidan Howarth’s diagonal pass released Carl Lightfoot and he confidently found the net to bag that all important second goal.
And the young Reds moved up through the gears after the break and dominated against one of the established Premier Division outfits.
Houghton (inset) got his second, Reds’ third, soon after the restart scoring direct from a free kick and it was 4-0 on the hour when Matty Foster got in on the act.
Reds were able to give plenty of game time to the full squad and one of the substitutes, Josh Palmer, made a notable contribution, scoring twice in the final quarter of an hour.
After a shaky start to life in the Premier Division, Reds are starting to enjoy life in the top flight.
Team: Scott Paden-Gale, Leon Dmytrowski, Dan Whitehead, Aidan Howarth, Tom Skinner, Jack Burns, Tom Houghton, James Bell, Matty Foster, Elliot Lowrie, Carl Lightfoot. Substitutes – Reuben Butterworth, Cain Pears, Louis Webster, Josh Palmer (all used).