NORTH Leigh climbed back into the top ten after a 2-1 victory at Coleshill Town last night.

The Millers are now ninth in Division 1 Central of the BetVictor Southern League.

Two early goals proved enough, although North Leigh were given a scare when Coleshill, who were by now down to ten men, reduced the deficit with ten minutes to go.

The away side went ahead in the fourth minute when a poor defensive header was pounced upon by Morgan Williams, who touched the ball around the keeper and scored.

They doubled their lead ten minutes later when a fine through ball from Warren McSkelly set George Seacole free and he slotted home.

Coleshill were reduced to ten men two minutes before the break when Keenan Meakin-Richards lunged in on Billy Gillett.

And although they pulled a late goal back through Edilson Panzo-Antonio, North Leigh held on.

The Millers host high-flying Corby Town on Saturday.