LEE Chilton bagged a brace as Cradley Town returned to winning ways against basement boys Wellington Amateurs.

The Hammers won 4-1 last Saturday as Garfield Robinson and Declan Moore also found the net.

It was Cradley's first win in four and was overseen my academy director Wayne Mundon and coach Dan Price in the absence of first team boss Andy Wyton.

The clash also saw a return for Adam Meacham who has re-signed for Cradley from rivals Lye Town.

Wyton returns for this Saturday's clash at Wednesfield, who sit one place below Town but on the same amount of points.

He said: "It was important we got the job done against Wellington Amateurs but now we face a much tougher test this weekend.

"Wednesfield are a good young side that also has a sprinkling of experience.

"We are more than capable of going there and getting the win but we will have to be at our best."

Meacham, who played as a centre back last Saturday, could be deployed as a striker this weekend to help cover the suspension of Josh McKenzie. Wyton also has the option of Chilton or Dreniz Bala to call on.

Declan Moore is rated as 50/50 after picking up a heel injury and fellow youngster Cameron Milne could also miss out with hamstring trouble.