Nothing better than a win would do for Playford after last weeks set back against Rushmere & Diamonds.
Playford were well on top right from the start, and after fifteen minutes Playford really got under way. Daryl Francis scoring his tenth of the season to give them the lead.
Four minutes later and Todd Bartlett was able to turn in the box and get a shot away, the 'keeper failed to deal with it and Playford now had a comfortable lead.
The Playford third came from an unlikely source, in his 59th game, or goalless in 3649 minutes, Dean Harris found himself in space in the box as the ball came lose and he fired his shot past the goalkeeper.
Byron Stretton rounded off the half for Playford scoring after he linked up down the right with Barlett.
A subtle chipped ball by Jon Waller over the Claydon defence allowed Ryan Broadhurst time to pick his spot past the 'keeper to make it 5-0.
A penalty was conceded by Playford but Max Juster was in defiant mood and saved the kick, becoming the first goalkeeper since Andy Cubitt in 2012 to save a penalty in the process of keeping a cleansheet.
Francis added his second of the morning with probably the strike of the day firing on the half volley across the goalkeeper.
Lee Andrews completed the scoring with a low long range effort.
The Reserves now cannot be caught by Rushmere and the RM2B title belongs to them.