WITTON Albion's run without a win has now reached double figures.

They remain second from bottom of the Northern Premier League Premier Division after a 2-0 loss at eighth-placed FC United of Manchester.

The game was settled by Josh Galloway's strike in the 56th minute.

That rewarded the hosts for being in command of the game.

FC United enjoyed the majority of the possession in the first half.

They hit the post early on and had a goal disallowed for offside halfway through the first half.

FC United finally took the lead through Aaron Morris after 38 minutes.

Witton return to action at Ashton United on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, Northwich Victoria overcame Congleton Town 2-1 at the U Lock It Stadium in the North West Counties Premier Division.

Vics showed good character in coming from behind after suffering the setback of conceding a goal to Thomas Pope after three minutes.

A 10th-minute Winder free-kick smashed off the crossbar as the Trickies sought an equaliser.

It was not long in coming as a minute later Ash Dunn was perfectly found by Joe Camozzi and he levelled matters with a bullet header at the back post.

Matty Birchall was cool as a cucumber in netting what proved to be the winning goal in the 32nd minute, slotting the ball beneath the keeper from a one-on-one situation.

Town applied some pressure in a bid to restore parity and the closest they came was when Vics keeper Cheetham collects a head and is pushed over the line. Congleton celebrate a goal but the push is punished by the referee.

Winder hit the post in the closing moments as Vics battled to hold on for the three points.

They head to AFC Liverpool on Tuesday.

Still in the Premier Division, Winsford United hammered Prestwich Heys 5-0 at a wet and muddy Barton Stadium.

Blues netted three of those goals in the first half, with Kevin Exell finding the target in the 5th and 37th minutes before Daniel Boden hit the mark just before the break.

Sam Madeley netted the two further goals in the 52nd and 86th minutes.

They will next be in action at Squires Gate on Saturday.