ENFIELD Town were in rampant form on Saturday as they produced a dominant display to hit six goals without reply against Whitehawk.

Billy Bricknell led the way for Town with a brace to add to goals from Mickey Parcell, Matt Johnson, Brandon Adams and Liam Hope.

The result was made all the sweeter as it came on the back of a run of form which has seen Town struggle for results on home soil in recent weeks.

They got off to a flying start when Parcell, who was able to play further forward due to Sam Hatton returning from suspension, gave them the lead with just four minutes on the clock.

The goal was simple in its execution when a long Matt Johnson throw was flicked on and Parcell did the rest with an easy finish.

Whitehawk were firmly rattled by the early goal and a backpass almost ended up in an own-goal before Town doubled their lead in the 23rd minute.

Bricknell latched onto a Remi Sutton pass, cut inside his marker and found the net with a clinical finish.

The Towners gave themselves even more breathing space before the interval when Bricknell notched his second of the day.

Once again his finishing was unerring as he raced through to collect a smart through ball and fired home.

The home side were in no mood to let up after the break and made their pressure tell with just under an hour on the clock when Johnson slotted home at the far post.

The fifth arrived with 13 minutes left to play when Adams got free in the box and turned in Hope’s accurate cross.

Hope would turn from provider to scorer in the 82nd minute as he converted with a well-taken diving header from Lewis Taafe’s cross.

The resounding win was a welcome one for Town and ended a three game winless run which had seen them draw two and lose one of their previous outings.

They moved to third in the Bostik Football League Premier Division by virtue of the success, climbing above Bognor Regis Town after they only played out a 0-0 with Margate.

Enfield will hope to build on the win when they take on Tonbridge Angels on the road in their next game on Saturday.

It will be no easy task doing so as two sides with genuine designs on the title meet.

Angels sit at the summit of the table with 25 points to their name and are four ahead of Town heading into the meeting.

Saturday’s hosts are by no means infallible, however, and their form has been patchy in recent weeks.

Tonbridge’s last five league outings have yielded three wins and two defeats.

They were comfortable winners in their last game, though, easing to a 2-0 success over mid-table AFC Hornchurch on their travels.

Victory could be enough to take Town up to second, dependant on Dorking Wanderers’ result.