LITTLETON bagged a first point of the calendar year despite being pegged back by an own goal and a penalty in Saturday's 2-2 draw with Rocester.

Dan Holloway fired the Ton Boys ahead after seven minutes, applying the finish to a Kieran Evans through ball.

Home keeper Ed Cox could do nothing to prevent a long free-kick that skimmed off the head of one of his own defenders going in but he did produce a double save shortly after.

That was rewarded when Sam Bridges bundled home a corner after 33 minutes but Jordan Dodd levelled from the spot after a handball call the hosts deemed harsh.

Littleton's quest to stay in Midland Football League Division One continues with a trip to leaders Heather St Johns on Saturday (3pm).

The Ton Boys have seven points to date, 11 adrift of safety with 11 matches to play.