Saturday 4th May 2013
Stafford Town wrapped up their home league programme with a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of Premier Division runners-up Littleton. The winner came for the visitors as early as the fourth minute when Joe Lolley fired a loose ball home from 10 yards out. Injury- and suspension-hit Town have now lost their last three games and it looked as if they will need to win at Racing Club Warwick to finish their first Premier Division season in the top ten. Littleton, also enjoying their first Premier Division campaign, complete their fixtures in two days time away at champions Walsall Wood.
Stafford Town 0 Littleton 1
Athium Midland Combination Premier Division
At: Evans Park
Kick-off: 3-00 pm
Admission: £4; Programme: £1 (28 pages)
Weather: warm and sunny, blustery wind
Stafford Town (red/red/red): 1. Richard Stone, 2. James Cresswell, 3. Joe Woodward, 4. Ben Henderson, 5. James Price, 6. Mat Dockerty (capt), 7. Jason Cunningham, 8. Francis Dacres, 9. Paul McMahon, 10. Ryan Fox, 11. Darryll Johns. Subs: 12. Alex Rowland (for Fox, 55), 14. Steve Bennett (for Cunningham, 62), 17. Adam Cunningham (not used). Manager: Adam Cunningham.
Littleton (white / navy blue / white): 1. Jack Dell, 2. Kevin Ingram, 3. Kieran Cross, 4. Matt Mitchell, 5. Cieran Gilbert, 6. Mark Slevin, 7. Alex Baird (capt), 8. Scott Walsh, 9. Dave Edwards, 10. Joe Lolley, 11. Callum Clarke. Subs: 12. Steve Edgehill (for Gilbert, 66), 14. Tim Beattie (not used), 15. Jas Bishop (not used). Manager: Andy Robbins.
Duration: first-half: 46:52; second-half: 47:27
0-1 Joe Lolley (4)
Littleton: Callum Clarke (YC, 56)