GRANTHAM Town got back to winning ways at Leek Town on Tuesday night.
The Gingerbreads won 3-1 following successive draws in their last two league matches.
Grantham went in front courtesy of a Jack Lane own goal in the 10th minute. Leek levelled the affair seven minutes before half time with a goal from Tim Grice.
The Gingerbreads restored their lead through Lee Potts in the 53rd minute and Rhys Lewis struck on the hour mark to stamp his side’s authority on the game.
Grantham lead the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One South by seven points, with two games in hand over second placed Ilkeston FC.