TOP Club remain at the summit of the Bolton At Home Sunday League Division One after a 3-1 victory over in-form Tempest.

Lewis Porter struck twice in one of only two games to beat the weather in the league at the weekend.

In the other one, second-placed Newbury saw off Breightmet Wanderers 6-0 away to keep up their title challenge.

At Ladybridge, reigning champions Top Club and Tempest defied the awful weather to produce a high-quality contest.

The first 20 minutes were scrappy as the wind threatened to ruin the game.

Porter made the breakthrough from the penalty spot in the 25th minute after his brother, Ryan, had been brought down.

Tempest’s equaliser also came from the spot, Heath Ainscow making no mistake after being fouled.

A tight game remained all square until midway through the second half when Porter doubled his and his Little Hulton side's tally with a sublime finish after latching on to a superb pass by Tom Jones.

Tempest's efforts to get back into the game saw Kris Powers and Ainscow go close before they slipped further behind 10 minutes from time when Jones scored a brilliant overhead kick into the top corner from the edge of the penalty area which was even applauded by Tempest's players.

In the other game, Dominic Sharples signed off for the season with a hat-trick for Newbury at St Catherine's.

The prolific striker's work commitments in Germany for the next six months leaves a big hole up front to fill for his side, whose other goalscorers against Breightmet Wanderers on Sunday were Steve Ward, Chis Lyons and Sammy Lee Macintyre.