Amy Dodds and Grace Fletcher both helped themselves to hat-tricks with Natalie Bell, Milli Sharp and super sub Hannah Gray all grabbing a goal each with a lucky own goal completing the scorers.
Chloe Turner did grab a first half goal for the visitors though United were simply too strong for Hessle Girls.
The rout means Mill Lane United have now score 130 goals in their fourteen league fixtures and have an eight point advantage over second place Hessle Town Girls.
United return to action again next week as they host bottom club North Ferriby United ‘Greens’ at Broadgates.
Final Score: Mill Lane United 10 Hessle Town Girls 1
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