An excellent performance from all the team and deserved result with Dean Williams, Kyle Griffin (2) and a spectacular drive from Kurtis Gill securing the points. With the pressure off, the team played some fantastic football and Gamesly couldnt cope with pace and skill from the wide players with Kyle showing great composure to score both his goals while one on one with the keeper.
Even when Gamesley had some pressure Witton were always dangerous on the break. And when Gamesley scored a dubious penalty to make it 3-2 Witton went straight up the pitch and scored putting the game out of reach.
On Thursday the reserves are at home to second placed Knutsford with a six thirty kick off in what should be a good game and a three points should lift them up the table.