NICK Seabourne struck twice as Pershore Town bagged the derby bragging rights with a 3-0 win at Littleton.

Ex-Droitwich Spa hitman Seabourne fired in a rising drive from a right-wing cutback 10 minutes into the West Midlands League Premier Division clash at Five Acres.

Sam Clark then doubled Pershore’s lead by half-time, converting a Matt Pinder cross but Littleton piled on the pressure in the second half.

Zaqib Hussain was sin-binned for Pershore but Seabourne sealed the spoils on the break five minutes from the end, coolly finishing one-on-one.

Littleton started solidly with Dan Holloway twice denied by Pershore keeper Toby Wilcox.

The game started to get scrappy and Littleton lost Holloway to injury.

They were soon behind as Seabourne struck home from 10 yards.

Littleton struggled to break down a well-organised side despite having much of the ball.

Town doubled their lead with a carbon copy of the first goal following a quick throw.

Littleton improved in the second half but were kept out by good keeping and resolute defending, even with 10 men after Hussain's sin-bin visit.

With 10 minutes to go and Littleton pushing, the game was wrapped up when Karl Gardner made a rare mistake which put Seabourne through to score.

Pershore and Littleton are now level on seven points in ninth and 10th respectively with Town just ahead on goal difference.

Littleton head to Wem Town on Saturday while Pershore will host their away clash against Worcester Raiders with development work ongoing at the city club's Claines Lane base.