Andre Gray struck a hat-trick as Luton defeated Nuneaton to retain top spot in the Conference Premier.
Top scorer Gray opened the scoring when he fired through the legs of Nuneaton goalkeeper James Belshaw.
Gray then flicked home the Hatters' second from close range when he met a Scott Griffiths cross.
He added his third on the day and his 17th of the season when latching on to a Steve McNulty through ball and slotting home from outside the box.
The game had been stopped at 1-0 for 10 minutes early in the second half due to a hail and lightning storm.
But the win means Luton are now unbeaten in 20 league matches and lead the division by three points.
Nuneaton have now lost three of their last four and drop to ninth.
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Luton boss John Still told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"Maybe there was a bit of rustiness, but conditions weren't good. I thought coming out at second half, we understood a bit more about the conditions, and played the conditions.
"Some of our movement in the second half was very very good. Our passing in difficult conditions was very good.
"The combination of those two [Andre Gray and Paul Benson] is very very good. I also felt the contribution from the two new lads [Ryan Inniss and Cameron McGeehan] was top quality.
"I hope there's attention [for Gray] because that means we're doing something right. But no-one leaving at the moment, not in this window."
Luton Town 01 Tyler 25 Henry 12 Griffiths 15 Inniss 05 McNulty 11 Howells (Martin - 84' ) 21 Guttridge 19 McGeehan 23 Robinson 27 Gray 26 Benson (Cullen - 79' ) Substitutes 16 Justham 13 Cullen 02 Franks 18 Martin 29 Ferdinand Nuneaton Town 19 Belshaw 05 Dean 04 Cowan 13 Sleath 08 Adams (Armson - 65' ) 06 Walker (Trainer - 79' ) 11 Streete 09 Moult 16 York 10 Brown 26 Hibbert (Taylor - 65' ) Substitutes 15 Gordon 07 Armson 24 Delfouneso 17 Taylor 20 Trainer
Ref: Adam Bromley