Heacham make it 17 wins from as many games as they march on in Norfolk Senior Cup
Heacham boss David Griggs says that attacking midfielder Alex Clunan is benefiting from a prolonged spell of games in the side.
Clunan – the brother of King's Lynn Town skipper Michael – was on target as the Magpies eased passed Sprowston at the second stage of the Norfolk Senior Cup.
Striker Nathan Davies (3), and Luke Gray also found the back of the net as Heacham ran out comfortable 5-0 winners.
Griggs, whose side have now won all 17 of their league and cup games this season, said: "Alex has been getting a run of games in the side and it has made such a difference.
"He has been magnificent for us in recent weeks, but that's because he's really stepped it up this season and has been available for selection every week."
Asked who he'd like to draw in the next round, Griggs added: "I'd take Wroxham away again as last season we weren't able to take any fans to the tie over there and it would make it another great day out for the club."
Also progressing through to the next stage of the competition at the weekend were both Fakenham Town and Downham Town.
The Ghosts saw off Swaffham Town 4-0 with goals from Callum Brain, Louis Henman-Mason, Cameron Beaker and Jake Watts while Downham Town accounted for Diss Town 2-0 at the Memorial Field as Simon Bird and Amon Kutsi found the back of the net.