Hawks were on the road to Dereham high school to be met by a rather frosty and very slopey, small pitch.
The first half was a fairly even affair, which saw the home side take a couple of the rare opportunities on offer to take a two goal cushion into the break.
The second period was as one sided a half seen this season with the Diss boys putting on a real show of skilful, attacking football which Dereham absolutely had no answer to.
Five goals were scored, which could quite easily have been doubled, Kieran Gallen got the first, Will Aldrich equalised with a long range effort, Matt Munnings squeezed one home on 65 minutes for the lead.
Two goals in the last five minutes put the game to bed, Jack Glen headed home a Munnings corner, and Tommy Seymour swept home a Ben Clements cross after a fine Harry Pullen run.
Final score, 2-5, and a well deserved victory for Hawks, and as good a half of football that you will see at youth level, all the lads can be proud of the effort, skill and determination that they put in today.
Next week, back to Cup action, away to Old Catton Pumas, 10:00 kickoff.