LITTLETON battled out a 2-2 draw at fellow strugglers Heath Hayes in their final game of the Midland Football League Division One season.

Although the wind had an adverse effect on play both teams gave their best.

In the first minute Littleton were awarded a penalty when Cameron Walker was hacked down in the box.

Dan Holloway's spot-kick was parried by Jon Clough and Holloway smashed the rebound which hit the keeper and went over.

On seven minutes Hayes were awarded a penalty which was converted by Sam Melia.

After 18 minutes Littleton's Jade Ferron ran onto a through-ball, went round the keeper and scored from close range.

But the hosts regained the lead on 32 minutes through Shane Holmes following a goalmouth scramble.

The second half was virtually one-way traffic as Littleton sought to take advantage of the wind.

They equalised on 63 minutes with Brogan Halpin converting following a corner.

On 88 minutes Littleton were awarded a second penalty but after a chat with his assistant the referee awarded a free-kick to the hosts and booked Littleton's centre-forward.

Littleton finished safe from relegation in third-from-bottom position.