Blyth Town entertained third placed Red House Farm on Saturday and made it a straight 14 wins on the trot.
The visitors had taken Blyth all the way earlier in the season only to lose narrowly 3-2.
Blyth started brightly and within ten minutes found themselves 2-0 in front.
First Malcolm Morien rifled in from 18 yards in the fourth minute, then Chris Lisle scored with a lovely shot across the keeper.
Blyth continued to press and forced the Red House keeper into some great saves, but in the 45th minute Robinson’s back heel found Lisle and he made it 3-0.
The second half started with Blyth pressing from the off and the impressive Connor Andrews scored with a volley.
As a contest the game was over but Blyth continued to make chances, but it took to the 77th minute for Morien to score from a Scott Pockington pass.
Blyth piled forward at will Morien made it six with a great near post header and then rounded off with his fourth and 33rd of the season with a thunderbolt in the 90th minute.
Manger Michael Connor said it was a fantastic result which meant Blyth had played half of the season and won every game.
He added: “We only managed a point against Red House last season so to take all six this year was brilliant and hopefully will set up the push for the title and promotion to the Northern League.”
Blyth are home on Saturday against Wallington with a 2pm kick-off.