The Non-League Football Paper - - EVO-STIK NPL PREMIER - By Andrew Marshall

AN IN­SPIR­ING dis­play from Al­trin­cham saw them com­plete a com­fort­able win over lowly Rushall Olympic.

Goals from Ben Har­ri­son and Josh Hancock in the first half were added to by John John­ston and Jor­dan Hulme.

Alty started the game brightly with John­ston and Hancock both go­ing close be­fore Har­ri­son opened the scor­ing in the 17th minute. A John­ston cor­ner went through some penalty area pin­ball, be­fore fall­ing nicely to Har­ri­son.

Then just be­fore the break the hosts made it two, as Hancock turned well to beat his man on the edge of the area, be­fore fin­ish­ing.

Rushall's task was made al­most im­pos­si­ble af­ter the break when Kris­tian Scott pulled back Tom Peers – last man, red card. And from that point on, it was all Alty.

John­son made it three in the 77th minute, com­plet­ing a lovely counter at­tack­ing move from the hosts – James Poole broke be­fore re­leas­ing Hulme, who un­selfishly squared to John­ston to smash in.

Hulme then added a fourth in stop­page time af­ter chas­ing down Poole's par­ried shot, and chip­ping the hap­less Dale Eve in goal, and tap­ping in on the line for his sev­enth in as many games.

STAR MAN: John John­ston (Al­trin­cham) EN­TER­TAIN­MENT:

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