After a bright start, Bayern's first chance came 10 minutes into the game as the ball fell to Ellis on the edge of the area who blazed over. However, just moments later, a great ball over the top from Terespolsky found Ellis who calmly slotted the ball into the bottom corner.
Bayern almost doubled their lead on the stroke of half-time, as excellent work from player-manger Alon Pinhas saw him work a left-footed shot which smashed off the post.
Half-time came with the score at 1-0 and a second goal was needed to kill off the game, despite their lack of attacking threat. That goal came though as a ball over the top from Sam Leader fell to Eli Biton on his first game back, as he outmuscled his man before smashing the ball into the back of the net.
At this stage Bayern were playing on the counter-attack and Ellis was starting to turn it on and in truth, his battle against their centre back "was a mismatch, comical at times," according to joint-manager Daniel Holder.
Indeed, having played last season with one of their centre-backs, he knew he had the beating of him every time. The defender resorted to "constant fouls before eventually getting a long overdue yellow card and being subbed off with 10 minutes to go".
Ellis beat this defender with ease before finishing off a comfortable 3-0 win. However, a stunning save from the outstanding Joe Nyman completed the afternoon as he finally got his first and long overdue clean sheet for the season.
A delighted Holder told JC Sport: "In truth, we never really got out of first gear throughout the game, but we were always feeling very comfortable."