Bury scored three goals in eight first-half minutes as they romped to victory over Cheltenham.
Bury fell behind early on as Andy Procter turned Terry Gornell's weak shot into his own net.
The Shakers hit back soon after, with Danny Mayor unleashing a 30-yard strike and then crossing in for both Procter and Nathan Cameron to poke home in quick succession.
Jessy Reindorf came off the bench to seal the win with a header late on.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Cheltenham Town manager Mark Yates told BBC Radio Gloucestershire:
"We need to go back to the drawing board and start again, we've got to find our identity and find what we're about. We're getting beat up at both ends of the pitch, conceding too many goals and we've got to go back to boring old basics.
"The goals were just too easy and there could have been more. Too many times the ball went across the box, we picked up a few injuries to key defenders, but it was just not good enough on our part.
"We are back onto the training ground in the morning, we've got a game Tuesday and we need a headcount tomorrow. I've got four to five walking wounded or injured, so I need to have look and have a rethink.
"We all take responsibility together and it was a poor performance, one we've got to put behind us quickly."
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