|Steve Guinan with Lionel Ainsworth And Toumani Diagouraga Celebrating His Hat-Trick - Picture Copyright Andy Compton|
On top of that he scored Hereford United's 1,500th League Goal. His tally for this season is now nine.
"It's been a long time since we as a team have annihilated a team especially first half. I think at times we were absolutely sensational. Some of the attacking play was brilliant. I think a lot of teams would have found it difficult to live with us let alone a team like Oldham who are third," Guinan told BBC Hereford and Worcester.
"We hoped at half time the job was done, second half we were not as fluid going forward. We knew they would have a go at us. It was a relief to see Lionel getting his second - I think that put the game to bed.
"Lionel Ainsworth and Matt Done when they go forward it must be a nightmare for a full back, I'd dread to play against them. But all credit to all of the lads today I thought everyone put in a really good performance.
"I would have been happy to score just one today but scoring a hat-trick in the first half and it's right foot, left foot and a header as well. That's the first one of those I've had."
With a chill wind blowing everywhere the slightly portly fellow ran across the pitch towards the Oldham supporters but was eventually captured by a few burly stewards and promptedly 'escorted' out of sight.
Bulls striker Andy Williams was probably the only person in the ground not to notice the streaker. He was down by the Oldham goal being treated for a knock by physio Jamie Pitman.
The incident was caught on camera and can be seen at http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=7kP5XUUj0mM