OLTON will leapfrog Lichfield tomorrow if they beat them in a Midlands Premier Division clash.
Last week a brace from Dan Sulway helped them to earn a share of the spoils against North Staffs.
For the first 10 minutes the hosts played some impressive hockey and took the lead in the middle of the first half through Sulway.
North Staffs managed to level the score after a neat move in the D saw the Olton goalkeeper left stranded.
After the break, the game was evenly matched with both teams having chances.
But it was North Staffs who took advantage of a lapse in concentration to take the lead.
Olton kept to their game plan and after a period of sustained pressure Sulway levelled the score with another short corner strike.
Towards the end of the match the game closed down as both sides found it hard to find the vital break-through.