Playford finished with a win, making it three wins in their final four games.
Rich Jones made only necessary changes to the side that won so well against Felixstowe Rangers the previous week. Sam Reach returned in goal, Rob Bingham replaced Stu Goldsmith (who would later play) and Nick Bingham came in for Joe Harris.
Playford quickly fell two goals behind, in fact Elite's first goal was scored from kick off without a Playford player having a meaningful touch.
Ash King got Playford back on track before Kieran Daniels had to go off for treatment after taking a blow to the nose.
Daniels returned to field and almost immmediately Rob Bingham made it 2-2.
Daniels then got himself on the scoresheet, twice, the second scored by intercepting a back pass.
King scored his second and Playford's fifth.
Goldsmith, who had expected to be a spectator, was asked to patch up his boots and come on as a second half substitute provided the assist for Rob Bingham's second.
Russell finished off the scoring with the goal he had been threatening all morning.
Reach in his farewell Playford game, was replaced in goal by Charlie Francis and was invited to try his hand as lone striker. He had two good opportunites to find the back of the net, but was unlucky with both chances.
Elite added their fourth late on.