LITTLETON enjoyed their fourth win in the last five games with a 4-1 beating of Nuneaton Griff.

The Midland League Division One bottom two clashed in a vital relegation game with only the basement side believed to be going down.

The hosts made the best possible start by going ahead on two minutes.

Harry Jervis' corner was met by a Sam Penfold header on the far post which was nodded in by Dan Holloway.

Littleton's second came on 43 minutes when a Holloway free-kick found its way to the far post where it was touched home by Jervis.

Both sides redoubled their efforts in the second half and Littleton made the vital breakthrough with Brogan Halpin driving a shot just inside the post from 18 yards.

On 83 minutes Holloway hit a swirling drive from distance to make it four.

Nuneaton had an injury-time penalty from Brady Middleton to complete the scoring.

Second-from-bottom Littleton host Leicester Road on Saturday (3pm).