Reepham welcomed Wroxham reserves to Stimpsons piece, with fine weather and a pitch in excellent condition.
After last weeks loss, Reepham were looking for an all round better performance.
Both sides started brightly, with neither team taking control.
The game settled and after fifteen minutes, Reepham gaining the upper hand with a well taken goal from Hanby.
This gave Reepham well needed confidence and within a few minutes of the restart Hanby was slotting the ball in the bottom left corner once again after good work from Dearing and Quinton.
Wroxham rallied and created a couple of half chances but to no avail as a long throw from Hanby was headed in by Ben Soanes, for the Robins third goal.
Reepham now controlled the game well keeping good possession of the ball and creating more chances.
The second half began with Wroxham starting sharply, moving the ball well and after some confusion between the Robins back four led to a goal for Laurence York.
Reepham responded brightly, the forth goal came when Whitlam found himself unmarked in the box and with some quick feet he slotted the ball in the back off the net.
Reepham controlled the game from then onwards and another goal for Hanby and two more for Whitlam sealed the game with both players completing there hatricks.
Final Score – Reepham 7 Wroxham Res 1
MOM – Andy Hanby