A WEEKEND of wins commenced when two more goals from Fife led them to a 3-1 victory away at Littleton on Saturday.
Littleton 1 Brocton 3
Brocton took an early lead when on 12 minutes Sam Bell cut inside and crossed to Damien Charie who was fouled in the box and Fife made no mistake from the penalty.
On sixty minutes the improving Littleton put pressure on Matt Skinner who conceded a foul on the edge of the Brocton area.
Chris Cornes free kick found the Brocton net after taking a wicked deflection.
Within minutes of coming on substitute Jordan Bloor ran down the left, cut inside playing the ball into the feet of Charie who fed Fife, he then slipped the ball to Hulme whose shot was parried by the home keeper only for Fife to pass the loose ball into the net.
Brocton now looked irresistible and after a neat passing move Charie once again was provider with Hulme taking advantage from ten yards to lead Brocton to the 3-1 victory.
After the Monday game against Stafford Town, Brocton move up into second place in the Mid Comb Premier Division a point behind leaders Studley with a game in hand.
Prolific marksman Gary Fife bagged five goals in the two games to take his tally to a remarkable 200 in 250 games for the Badgers.
Attention now turns to the FA Cup as on Saturday Brocton play Shropshire side Ellesmere Rangers of the West Midlands League. The game a Silkmore Lane kicks off at 3pm.