WARRINGTON Town rounded off their pre-season campaign with a victory on Saturday afternoon.

A goal in either half was enough to see off Bamber Bridge – the team Town beat in May’s Northern Premier League Premier Division play-off final to secure promotion to the National League North.

Sean Williams curled home an exquisite free kick midway through the first half for Mark Beesley’s side, who had several chances to be further ahead – Connor Woods hit the woodwork twice while Luke Duffy forced a good save from home stopper James Pradic.

Both sides were much-changed in a lower-tempo second half, but Yellows sealed the win when Tom Hannigan powered home a header from Dec Walker’s corner.

The game was Town’s last friendly before their historic first Step Two campaign opens with a trip to Southport next Saturday.

Closer to home, Warrington Rylands marked their return to Gorsey Lane with a dominant 3-0 victory over Alvechurch.

All three of Blues’ goals came in the first half, with Joe Piggott scoring twice before Adamah Sidibeh notched the third.

Michael Clegg’s side are back at home on Tuesday evening as they take on Bolton Wanderers ‘B’