THE Bucks dominated the game from start to finish despite the torrential rain.
As early as the third minute Dan Quigley fired over the bar from a good position created by Russell Dunkley and Fazel Koriya.
Attack after attack in the pouring rain did not stop most players having attempts on goal.
On 23 minutes Russell Dunkley was fouled by goalkeeper Wright and a penalty was awarded.
Captain Richard Bunting smashed the spot kick past the keeper to start the scoring.
Bunting had another good chance, minutes later, but couldn’t keep his shot down.
The lead was increased on 39 minutes when, following a free kick, the ball fell to Mark Hewitt and he found the bottom corner of the net for his first goal of the season, to spark wild celebrations.
The second half started with the rain heavier than at any time earlier, and in some circumstances the match might have been abandoned. But both teams respected the conditions and behaved responsibly.
The lead was increased on 51 minutes when Fazel Koriya picked up a pass and jinxed past three defenders before rounding the keeper and putting the ball into an empty net.
He did it again four minutes later. Interchanging passes with Russell Dunkley, he drew the keeper and once again put the ball into the net to make it 4-0.
Tom O’Brien replaced Dan Quigley on 60 minutes.
Russell Dunkley headed in a right wing cross to increase the lead on 68 minutes.
Rob Foster and Michael Byrne replaced Fazel Koriya and Russell Dunkley respectively.
Boston pulled a goal back on 70 minutes when substitute Tom Ruck found himself clear on the right and he beat Darren Watts with a low shot.
The Boston keeper was keeping the score down as he made a good save from Richard Bunting, and Jack Ashton headed a Greg Ling corner wide to keep the pressure on.
A lovely lob over the defence by Ollie Wilkinson found substitute Michael Byrne. He volleyed the ball into the roof of the net to make the score 6-1.
The scoring was completed in the last minute when a great Rob Foster cross was headed in by Byrne to complete the rout.
With Kings Lynn only drawing with Desborough Buckby need four points from their two games to win the league.