WITTON Albion exited the FA Trophy on Saturday following a 2-1 defeat at higher-ranked Leamington.

However the Northwich side delivered a performance that manager Carl Macauley said afterwards had made him proud of his players.

They dominated the second-half of a third round qualifying tie at the Phillips 66 Community Stadium, where James Foley put the visitors in front inside 10 minutes.

Colby Bishop converted a penalty to level for the Brakes before substitute Anthony Dwyer delivered a knockout blow with a goal in the third minute of added time.

READ > Leamington 2-1 Witton: match report

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