CITY again turned on the style to dump runaway Irn-Bru Third Division leaders Alloa Athletic 3-0 at wintery Borough Briggs.
The Black and Whites, hard on the heels of the 6-1 midweek spanking of Peterhead, proved the early-season 5-0 drubbing of the Wasps was no fluke as Paul Millar, Craig Gunn and Stuart Leslie maintained their impressive home record.
Zander Clark, suffering the effects of a stomach bug, was only passed fit to play minutes before kick-off, but the big keeper was seldom called into action during a 90 minutes which City largely dominated.
As was the case against the Blue Toon, City faced the stormy elements in the first half but the driving sleet, which soon turned to snow, failed to dampen the spirits of a rampant Ross Jack side.
Any fears the elements would play a part were dispelled inside the first minute as Moore held off a stiff challenge to release Paul MILLAR and the big airman kept his cool to stride to the edge of the box before slotting home past outrushing Alloa keeper Bain.
It was a dream start for the Black and Whites and Moore came within a whisker of adding a second in 15 minutes with a forceful run and shot which flew narrowly wide.
City continued to press and the visitors were happy to scramble away half chances before former Don Darren Young was yellow-carded for halting dangerman Moore in his tracks in 23 minutes.
The referee evened things up two minutes later when he booked Millar for a sliding tackle on McCord. The lanky striker shrugged off the harsh decision to set up Gunn in 27 minutes, but the lively striker fired into the side-netting.
January Player of the Month Steven May produced Alloa's first threat in 34 minutes when he worked his way into the City box, but there were no takers for his tempting ball across the face of the Clark's goal.
City responded to that let-off by going 2-0 up in 37 minutes. Brian Cameron did the spadework down the right and Craig GUNN was on hand to rattle home the midfielder's cutback.
The Wasps almost pulled one back in 38 minutes as McKinnon rattled a free kick off the bar, but City finished the half strongly as Millar and Gunn failed to make the most of Alloa defensive lapses.
The visitors hit City with an early second half surge and Moore was relieved to see Doyle hit a tame shot wide after a rare slip by the midfielder.
The elements had died considerably after the break and the Wasps were looking a lot more threatening, but the sound of the bagpipes belting out from the back of the main stand revived City and their fans.
A determined Cameron caused mayhem in the Alloa box in 54 minutes and it took a spectacular flying headed block by Gordon to prevent Leslie from stretching City's lead.
City, with the phantom piper now in full swing and the fans urging them on, wrapped up the points with a superb third goal in 67 minutes.
Gunn picked out Cameron on the right of the box and the midfielder laid it on a plate for Stuart LESLIE to thump home a well-worked counter.
Millar, O'Donoghue, Moore and McMullan all saw fine efforts narrowly fail to increase City's advantage against a thoroughly dispirited looking Alloa side.
Elgin City – Clark, Niven, MacPhee, O'Donoghue, Duff, Leslie (Durnan 74), Gunn, Cameron (McMullan 79), Millar (Crooks 72), Nicolson, Moore. Subs not used – Calder, Edwards.
Alloa Athletic – Bain, Doyle, McKinnon, Gordon, Harding, Young, Docherty (Winters 56), Ryan McCord (Ross McCord 74), May, Holmes, Cawley (One 61). Subs not used – McDowall, McCullagh.
Ref – F McDermott.
Att - 600.