LITTLETON got back to winning ways with a 2-1 victory at fellow West Midlands League Premier Division high-fliers Darlaston Town.

After two weeks without a game due to the weather Littleton took a 15th-minute lead. A long pass from keeper Lewis Handley found Taylor Morrison who poked the visitors deservedly ahead.

Littleton soon doubled their lead as captain Ben Billingham finished after a mix-up in the defence.

Darlaston were limited to long-range efforts while Littleton's Jourdain Masidi, Billingham and Karl Gardner all fired off target.

A good save by Handley and resolute defending denied Town until a Jack Pearlman own goal 10 minutes from time.

Third-placed Littleton held on for a vital three points ahead of Wednesday night's visit to Bilston Town (7.45pm).

Littleton have signed ex-Alvechurch midfielder Theo Llewellyn and Kidderminster Harriers youngster Will Rawlins.

Striker Adam Garmson has turned down a Bilston approach.