Blyth’s problems keep on mounting
LEAMINGTON ended a run of three league games without a win thanks to first-half goals from Jake Edwards and Kieran Dunbar.
The Brakes took just six minutes to break the deadlock as Edwards headed home.
Lewis Horner’s cross was then headed narrowly wide by Fewster on 20 minutes.
The forward then nodded wide from Robbie Dale's cross six minutes later.
Leamington doubled their advantage just past the half hour when Dunbar curled an excellent 25-yard free-kick in.
Ahmed Obeng and Matt Stenson both had chances to further extend Leamington’s lead before half-time.
The Spartans were awarded a penalty in the 67th minute after defender Aaron Cunningham was pushed in the back.
Fewster took the resultant spot-kick but Tony Breeden guessed the right way.
The Brakes should have added a third in injury time but Anthony Dwyer elected to shoot instead of passing.
His effort deflected harmlessly into Peter Jameson’s hands, Blyth dropping into the relegation zone.
STAR MAN: Jack Edwards (Leamington) ENTERTAINMENT: ★★★★★