Louth Town moved into the Lincolnshire League top-four with a narrow win over Immingham Town on Saturday.
In a tight match, one goal was enough to settle the outcome at Salftleetby as second-half substitute Frazer Chapman came on to seal an eighth league win of the season for the White Wolves - and a sixth victory in seven matches.
Chapman’s 14th goal of the campaign lifted Town into fourth place, replacing Horncastle who went down 2-1 at Cleethorpes Town Reserves.
They face a tough trip to Lincoln on Saturday to face Moorlands Railway who sit third, just two points above Louth but having played four games less.
Kick-off is 3pm.