Renfrew boss Martin Ferry hailed his side’s ‘perfect’ weekend after they kicked-off their Sectional League Cup campaign with eight goals and two clean sheets.

Jordan Davidson opened the scoring for Frew against St Anthony’s on Friday night at New Western Park before a stunning Scott Morton hat-trick and efforts from Craig Dallas and Sean McCall rounded off the rout as Ferry and Colin Clark’s side got their cup campaign up and running.

Frew then made the trip to Greenock on Monday night for their second group match with Gregor Wylie sending them on their way 25 minutes in.

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Morton grabbed his fourth goal of the weekend to double the visitor’s advantage and secure their second successive cup victory with Ferry unable to hide his delight.

He said: “That was perfect. We looked excellent against a good St Anthony’s team and followed that up with another good win away to a very tough side.”

“Greenock are usually difficult at home but we more than deserved our 2-0 lead at half-time and actually missed a penalty after the break, so could have finished with more which is a good sign at this stage of the season.

“We couldn’t have asked for a better start to the group to be honest and we’ll probably look to change the starting XI and the bench to freshen it up a wee bit for the last match tonight against Port Glasgow.

“We’re now looking forward to Saturday so we need to make sure we get through the Port match with everyone fit for selection and ready to go for the league which is our priority.”

Frew complete their league cup campaign tonight against the Undertakers before lining up against big spenders Darvel this weekend.

And Ferry is hoping a win tonight will see his side head into the weekend’s West Region Championship opener full of confidence.

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He added: “I’m hoping that a win tonight with the two results at the weekend will see us go in the Darvel match at the weekend with a wee bit of momentum behind us.

“Darvel have spent a lot and are getting a lot of press for what they’re doing so it will be interesting to see how we cope on Saturday and how we match up.

“We’re definitely looking forward to it but we’ll need to be our best as it’s a difficult place to go.

“We’re looking really good at the moment with plenty of goals and a real attacking threat any time we go forward. We’re also looking sound defensively so there’s plenty of positives there with the league getting underway this weekend.”

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