WITTON Albion's brave fight against relegation is over.

A 2-0 defeat to Warrington Town this afternoon officially brought Carl Macauley's side's time in the Northern Premier League Premier Division to an end.

Callum Saunders had a golden chance to give Albion, who had strung together three consecutive wins, a first-half lead when he was felled in the box by goalkeeper Dan Atherton.

However, the Warrington stopper made amends by saving Saunders' spot kick.

The hosts then broke through in the second half through Eddie Clarke and Albion could not respond, with Jay Harris adding a killer second goal.

Meanwhile, 1874 Northwich were also beaten by Warrington opposition in their final home game of the season in the NPL West.

They lost 1-0 at home to league leaders Warrington Rylands, for whom Rick Smith's first-half goal proved enough for victory.

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