FREE-scoring Adam Garmson got Littleton back to winning ways with a double in a 3-0 win at lowly Wednesfield.

They bounced back from two defeats with the West Midlands League Premier Division success.

On a tough pitch, Littleton keeper Lewis Handley saved an early shot from the edge of the box.

It took 10 minutes for the visitors to settle on Saturday but then they looked dangerous as Jack Pearlman headed over.

Garmson and debutant Alex Cameron caused havoc across the Wednesfield back-line.

Garmson put Littleton ahead on 18 minutes as he worked his way to the edge of the box and finished low into the left corner.

Cameron's cross was fired over by Pearlman before the lead was doubled on 38 minutes as Garmson struck from the left-hand side via a defender's deflection.

He then rifled the third goal into the top corner from 20 yards after Jourdain Masidi's effort was saved.

Heavy challenges flew in during a scrappy second half.

The task was made harder for Littleton on 55 minutes as Cameron was sent off following a 20-man melee.

Wednesfield pushed for a goal but Littleton threw bodies on the line.

Handley tipped a header over the bar as Littleton defended bravely to keep the clean sheet.

They even created a late chance as substitute Jade Ferron fired against the post and Masidi's follow-up was blocked on the line.

With players missing due to injury, player-coach Keith Rostill made a five-minute cameo.

Last week Littleton lost 5-0 at Quorn in the Smedley Crooke Cup first round.

The scoreline was harsh as skipper Kevin Ingram, Brogan Halpin, Ben Billingham, Garmson and James Ward all went close to scoring.

Littleton lost Billingham to injury just before half-time.

Fifth-placed Littleton host mid-table AFC Bridgnorth on Saturday (3pm).