The striker got two goals in the rout, with Ryan Millar and a trialist scoring also.
Wylde called his first goal a thing of beauty, saying: “Honestly it was one of them. If it was filmed, it would have been on Sky Sports all week.
“He is such a good player to have around the squad.
“I have the legs around him and he just uses his experience to score goals.
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“In every big game this season, he’s been in amongst the goals.”
The Dyes now face a cup trip to Edinburgh to Scottish Lowland Football League outfit Spartans.