CRADLEY Town moved up to second in the West Midlands Premier League with back-to-back wins.

Andy Wyton's men beat Shifnal 2-0 away last Saturday before following it up with a 3-0 success against Bilston Town at the Beeches on Tuesday night.

They will look to continue their good start to the season when they go to Ellesmere Rangers this Saturday.

Meanwhile, the club is calling on supporters to get behind the club and volunteer for a number of roles to help its push for success.

The Hammers have started the new campaign strongly but need the help of locals and fans to maintain its early promise.

The club is looking for two ball boys, one car park attendant; two match day stewards and a member of bar staff to join its existing team of dedicated and skilled volunteers.

Trevor Thomas, chairman, said: “This is a club which has the community at its very heart, and provides a great match day experience with good football and players on show.

“To help us kick on like we want to, we need the townspeople to get behind us and give up a few hours of their time to volunteer. It’s a great opportunity to be part of their hometown club and help it grow.

“Everyone has a role to play in helping Cradley Town provide a great match day experience and welcoming atmosphere.”