Trebles from Dylan Geddes and Arran Dair aided Blue Brazil in putting eight past the visiting Thornton Locos at Venters Park.
The first chance of the game fell to Lee McLaughlin in the 3rd minute after the midfielder managed to find space for himself at the edge of the box, but unfortunately saw his effort sail over the bar.
An early goal was welcomed to the match after tricky winger Dylan Geddes jinked past two defenders and placed his shot expertly into the bottom left corner, past Thornton keeper Darren Meldrum in the 7th minute of the match.
Thornton went on to immediately get their first chance of the game and came within inches of getting an equaliser when captain Daniel Meldrum had his header from a corner rattle the crossbar in the 8th minute.
However, Blue Brazil went onto double their lead when Arran Dair skipped past his man and unleased a powerful effort from outside the box which beat Meldrum and found the back of the net in the 10th minute.
Thornton had another flurry of chances after conceding, which included a long-ranged effort from Aidan Boyle which was comfortably saved by Brazil keeper Conar Barney in the 11th minute. David Zielinski was next to threaten for Thornton when he managed to get on the end of a skilfully placed through ball. But was smartly denied by Barney in the 14th minute.
The hosts made it three after Dair showed some fantastic running ability down the right wing and managed to pick out Matt Logan in the 20th minute who had a simple finish from close range. Dair once again was a vital component in a Blue Brazil goal, when he turned the Thornton defence inside out and played Geddes in for his second goal of the game in the 30th minute.
Thornton really should have pulled one back in the 32nd minute when Robbie Morrison got on the end of a poor back pass and managed to round the keeper but was unable to keep the final touch on target.
Blue Brazil ended a dominant half with another goal as Geddes managed to grab his hattrick in the 33rd minute, when the winger powerfully headed the ball into the top corner and put the Cowdenbeath side five ahead going into the second half.