Enniskillen Town 4 Lisnaskea Rovers 1

Enniskillen Town secured their first win of the season with a comfortable 4-1 win over bottom of the table Lisnaskea Rovers at a blustery Lakeland Forum on Saturday.
Town raced into a 4-0 lead at the break and while Rovers pulled a goal back at the start of the second, Town were never in any danger as they saw the game out with a degree of comfort.
Town manger Rory Judge believes his side will get stronger in the coming weeks and is hoping to go on a good run.
“It was all about getting the three points on Saturday,” reflected Rory. “We knew they would be struggling a bit and while it was not a great performance it was just one of those games that was all about winning. It was a bit blustery and we were four up at half time and perhaps we were sloppy in the second half but at the same time we were always in control of the points,” he said.
Town set the tone from early on and were ahead after only two minutes as ball in from the left was met by Stephen Clarke who slotted home for 1-0. By the 20 minute mark it was 2-0, this time Ciaran Brough scored as he steered home first time after the ball was cut back from the byeline.
Rovers had their moments in the first half and Pat Cadden made two good saves to deny Brian McDermott and Johnny O’Brien. Conor Tummons made it 3-0 when he finished off a good move with Clarke and then Nicky Dunbar cracked home a superb free kick to make it 4-0. McDermott pulled a goal back for the the Rovers as he raced through and Sean McDonald hit the crossbar with a free but that was the closest Rovers came as Town won.