LITTLETON moved up to sixth in the West Midlands Football League Premier Division with a dominant 7-0 victory over Dudley Sports at Five Acres.

Looking to avenge the opening-day 2-1 defeat at Dudley, Littleton looked impressive from the start with both Ben Billingham and new signing Yannick Gomes failing in front of goal.

The breakthrough came after 15 minutes when a deep Billingham corner found centre-back Myles Brooks who coolly controlled and finished into the top corner.

Three saves from the visiting shot-stopper and wayward finishing started to frustrate Littleton with their own keeper Lewis Handley a spectator for most of the game.

Ten minutes before half-time the second goal came as Billingham found himself three yards out and had a touch before sweeping past the keeper.

The second period continued in the same fashion but saw the home side more ruthless as Billingham fired in a third.

Jimmy Ward came off the bench and soon went through on goal but his effort was again saved.

But Ward did score the fourth goal as Billingham broke into the box and unselfishly squared for him to smash home from five yards.

Third-from-bottom Dudley were on the ropes and a pin-point pass from keeper Handley found Ward who played a neat one-two with Billingham before finishing low in the bottom corner.

With 10 minutes left the lively Dean Fisher was brought down in the box and Billingham  neatly completed his hat-trick from the spot.

An excellent team display was rounded off in explosive fashion as Fisher blasted into the top corner from distance to complete the rout.

Littleton have a weekend off from action with their next game at Wolverhampton Casuals on Saturday, December 21 (3pm).

Tenth-placed Pershore Town lost 3-0 at high-flying Darlaston Town, falling behind on three minutes to Aiden Blackham-Hanson.

Luke Charlton added a second two minutes after half-time before Issac Cooper completed the scoring on 61 minutes.

Pershore were denied a fourth straight win.

They host third-placed Wolverhampton Casuals on Saturday (3pm).