Mountjoy United 0 Enniskillen Town 6

Frank Wallace bagged four goals as in form Enniskillen Town booked their place in Round Two of the fonaCAB Junior Cup with a resounding 6-0 win away to fellow Fermanagh and Western side Mountjoy United on Saturday.

Manager Rory Judge could not have asked for any more from his side to date as they have made a 100 per cent start to their league campaign as well as having progressed in the cup although he knows that their toughest test so far lies ahead this Saturday when they face Enniskillen Rangers in the first derby game of the season.

Champions Rangers have also picked up maximum points in their start to the league so an intriguing battle awaits at the Ball Range.

On Saturday’s victory in the Junior Cup, Judge was again pleased with his side’s display.

“I was very happy with the performance and again it was great to be among the goals. We hit six and we could have had more but now we need to keep it going. The form is good and the changing room is good and we’re pleased with how things are going at the minute,” he said.

The game against Rangers though should give Judge a better indication of where his side is at present.

“We know how important Saturday is and there is nothing tougher than going there,” he said. “As far as I would be concerned, they are the team to beat. They have won three Junior Cups in a row and back to back league titles and are at the top again this season but we want to be in that title race too and challenging so these are the type of games that we will look forward to.”

And Judge is expecting a large Town support at the Ball Range on Saturday.

“The one thing that I’ve noticed about the start we have made is that we are starting to get the crowds back which is great.

“We had a big support in Omagh on Saturday for the cup game and I would expect that we will have a big crowd this week too.

“People are looking forward to the first derby of the season,” he commented.

Town began Saturday’s game on the front foot and with 15 minutes on the clock they opened the scoring as Eoin Beacom rose at the back post to nod home.

The away side continued to press forward and they doubled their advantage on the half hour mark as Wallace opened his account for the day.

And they more-or-less put he game to bed five minutes later as Wallace made it three 3-0, rifling home from the corner of the six yard box.

It was more of the same in the second half with Town dominating possession and creating chances and it was not long before number four arrived as Wallace completed his hat-trick. He collected the ball on the left and cut across the box before firing to the far corner of the goal for 4-0.

Conor Tummon made it 5-0 when he poked home after Cathal Beacom’s shot was spilled by the goalkeeper and Wallace grabbed his fourth of the day from the penalty spot to make it 6-0.

Mountjoy did have a late chance for a consolation goal when they were awarded a penalty but Town keeper Gary Doherty saved as it finished 6-0.