Alex Brockbank carried on his goalscoring spree with his second four-goal display in consecutive games, including three in the first 12 minutes for Ketton.
Danny Hussey came into the back four for his first start of the season following suspension and marshalled the defence superbly in the away victory over Oundle Town.
But it was Brockbank who gets the plaudits with four excellently-taken finishes in the Peterborough and District Division One match.
He even had another disallowed for offside which looked very harsh.
Manager Darren Edey said: “We were missing a couple today but the lads that came in did well and competition for starting places is very healthy.
“Having Danny back is massive for us as he wins everything and his leadership quality settles the rest of the lads down - not bad for an average player!
“Jack Speechley came on for his Ketton debut and will also be a great player for us.
“His brother Ricky also made his debut late on.
“Brocky is getting sharper with each game and is one of the best finishers I’ve seen inside the box, but you have to also credit the lads for providing him with chances.”