WITTON Albion are back in second spot in the Northern Premier League following a 3-1 win at Gainsborough Trinity.

Carl Macauley's men started the day in third place, with current leaders Warrington Town overseeing Radcliffe FC 2-1 and Buxton not playing, victory in Lincolnshire sees Albion climb a place and put them in buoyant mood ahead of next Saturday's home clash with Atherton Collieries.

Albion had to come from behind in Lincolnshire.

They did not let conceding in the fourth minute unnerve them though.

Three minutes later they were back on level terms thanks to Isaac Baldwin.

Tom Owens put the visitors in front for the first time in the 54th minute and the nail was only hammered into the Trinity coffin in the 89th minute when substitute James Hooper bagged his side's third goal.