One goal every seven-and-a-half minutes.
That's the rate South Armidale scored in their round six Northern Inland Premier League thrashing of Oxley Vale Attunga.
The Scorpions came in stinging and demolished the Mushies 12 goals to one.
South Armidale president Joe Campbell said Oxley Vale weren't bad, the Scorpions just were on fire from the get-go.
"We got a couple early on them and ran away with it really," he said.
"They had a reasonably strong team there I think, we took our chances and took all of them.
"It was a really strange game to be honest but we will take it.
"We came off the field and was talking to some of the OVA guys I know and they can't remember being beaten by three, let alone 11.
"They are guys that have been with their club for a long time."
While teams often lament the number of goals scored is lower than the chances they had at hitting the back of the net, Campbell couldn't fault the Scorpions' efforts.
"We have been working on that side of our game, really focusing on the finishing detail of our game," he said.
"It showed on Saturday that it was actually working so hopefully we can continue that for the rest of the season now.
"Hopefully we keep them all together and keep them all fit."
Even more impressively, the Mushies' lone goal came through a penalty.
Campbell said they were pretty astounded by the high-score.
"We went there on Saturday expecting a really tough game, and a tight game," he said.
"We were expecting something like a 2-1 or a 3-1 or something like that but 12 is crazy.
"Twelve against any team is really hitting your straps and 12 against a quality team, that is something that you look back and go 'wow.'"
Scoreline aside, Campbell also highlighted another particularly impressive area of their game.
"The most encouraging this for us, two minutes to go they were going for a one-on-one for a goal and one of our fullbacks just came from nowhere and made a tackle to block them 12-1 up," he said.
"That is what you want to see, people still putting in in the 88th minute.
"That might make a difference at the end of the season, who knows?"