Coach Ruben Zadkovich was pleased to see Broadmeadow's ruthless streak in a 9-1 win over a 10-man Valentine but said there was still room for improvement.
Valentine had goalkeeper Perry Budden sent off in the fifth minute for a foul outside his area on James Virgili, who went on to score a hat-trick in the round seven NNSW NPL match at Magic Park.
Virgili scored in the 11th, 32nd and 56th minutes. Cody Carroll (37th), Kristian Brymora (45th) and Josh Piddington (58th) also got on the scoresheet before Bailey Garland made it 6-1.
John Majurovski scored twice off the bench before Mitch Oxborrow completed the rout.
It lifted Magic to third on 10 points, three behind leaders Lambton Jaffas and Edgeworth but in front of Hamilton and Weston on goals.
"We're at half of our capabilities but last night was a much more polished performance and showed more what we're about," Zadkovich said.
"I'm positive but we've got to keep building.
"Obviously it's a bit of a weird game and unlucky for Valo to go a man down early, but we had a really good week of training and the boys were up for it. When they are in a mood like that, I don't think it would have really mattered if they had 11 men."
Also Saturday, Hamilton beat the Jets Youth 2-0 despite losing keeper Tyler Warren in the 67th minute.
Jed Hornery scored with a header in the 30th minute before setting up Rhys Cooper in the 57th. Warren was sent for handball outside his area with the Jets on goal.
On Friday, Jaffas beat Weston, Maitland defeated Edgeworth and Lake Macquarie downed Adamstown, all 2-1.