PERSHORE Town completed the West Midlands League Premier Division double over neighbours Littleton with another 3-0 victory.

Saturday's game was different to September's reverse fixture as Littleton dominated the first half but were guilty of not getting the goal their dominance deserved as chances came and went.

Taylor Morrison broke down the left but saw his teasing cross fly across the face of goal without a touch.

Owen Osborne then fired over after Jourdain Masidi found him on the edge of the box.

Ben Billingham curled a free-kick over before Yannick Gomes saw his header tipped wide by keeper Matt Gwynne from a deep Will Rawlins cross.

The first half at the Community Stadium was coming to an end with the visitors' frustration growing but it got worse.

A hopeful Pershore cross into the box was headed past debutant keeper Jadyn Mundle by Jordan Hayward to give the hosts an unlikely half-time lead.

The second period was a different story as Littleton never got going and Pershore looked a different team.

The home side created chance after chance and doubled their lead in style as Jamie Clarke fired home from distance.

Littleton debutant Dominic Strevens, on as a substitute, found himself one-on-one but the ball would not come down for him and Gwynne did well to save.

With 15 minutes remaining Clarke got his second and finished the game as a contest, cutting in and finishing into the bottom corner.

The proverbial game of two halves saw Littleton wonder how they were not ahead but in the end proved fortunate to only concede three.

Littleton, who dropped below ninth-placed Town to 10th in the table, look to put things right on Saturday with a trip to Smethwick Rangers (3pm) and next Tuesday's match at Shawbury United (7.45pm).

Pershore go to Shawbury on Saturday (3pm).