HALIFAX registered an easy 4-0 win over Ben Strevens’ travelling Eastleigh to go top of the National League.

Jordan Slew opened in the first-half before completing his brace after the break, when Jamie Allen and Matt Warburton made it a rout in the north.

The Spitfires dropped to 13th in the division following the result

Halifax took the lead 22 minutes in when Slew won the ball and calmly hit it past goalkeeper Joe McDonnell.

Matty Stenson had a good chance for Halifax after going one-on-one with McDonnell, but Tom Broadbent was able to get back and make the challenge.

The Shaymen doubled their lead through Slew again, who found the net with a long-range shot in the 65th minute.

Substitute Allen scored the third in the 73rd minute and Warburton smashed the ball into the top corner for Halifax's fourth 10 minutes from time.