Albion Women won their second game in four days as they produced a dominant display to beat Loughborough Foxes 5-0 at Walsall Wood on Sunday.
The Baggies took the lead after 22 minutes when Natalie Murray converted from close range. Albion's advantage was doubled only four minutes later as Murray turned into the provider, allowing Keeley Davies to slide home the second.
Shortly after the break, Louis Sowe's side grabbed their third. Hannah George fired in a cross, which Jade Arber met with a glancing header, before Murray claimed her second and the Throstles' fourth as she finished deftly over the Loughborough goalkeeper.
Murray netted her hat-trick just after the hour mark as she finished from a tight angle after good work from Davies.
ALBION: Kinnerley, Jewitt, George, Orthodoxou (Abdullah 76), Elsmore, Baines, Murray (James 65), Nymoen, Arber, Davies, Stamps (Davies 57).
Unused substitutes: Edwards, Reid.