Holsworthy need to address their poor away form in the Carlsberg South West Peninsula League.
After impressing with back-to-back home wins against Vospers Oak Villa and Porthleven, the Magpies slumped to a 5-0 defeat at Perranporth in First Division (West) on Saturday.
For the third time in as many away games, they put in a lacklustre performance and were duly punished.
Paul Robertson helped himself to a hat-trick with Ed Wilton and stunning strike from Craig Barclay completing the scoring.
Holsworthy barely got out of second gear and, although veteran striker Roger Bonaparte could have had a hat trick, the Magpies got what they deserved.
Not for the first time this season, manager Kevin Taylor was left to reflect that the performance was far more disappointing than the result, especially considering their form going into the game.
"I don't know what it is about our away games so far, but we seem to get off the bus a beaten side," he said.
"It's a problem that needs to be resolved sooner rather than later if we are to think about moving clear from the lower reaches of the table."
Holsworthy will have an immediate chance to put their away day problems behind them when they travel to Bovey Tracey, of the Premier Division, in the Throgmorton Cup on Saturday.