Bromsgrove Sporting picked up their first league points at home this season in emphatic style, beating Halesowen Town 3-1, writes Max Banner.

McKauley Manning gave the visitors an early lead before goals from Miro Pais, Conor Tee and Callum King-Harmes gave the Rouslers a deserved victory.

The deadlock was broken after six minutes, as a Reece Mitchell cross was headed by Manning, beating keeper Ollie Taylor at his near post.

The Yeltz dominated the came for the next 20 minutes, with the equaliser coming against the run of play in the 26th minute. 

It began with a fine run from Billy Shaw, who found King-Harmes. He teed up Pais in the box, who struck home with confidence.

Five minutes later, it was 2-1, as a Conor Tee wonderstrike from 25 yards out hit the underside of the crossbar before going in.

Jack Holmes almost pulled Halesowen level late in the half - he went on an incredible run but could only cap his tremendous solo efforts with a shot that Taylor diverted wide.

Pais almost doubled the lead four minutes into the second half, but his dinked shot over former Rousler Daniel Platt could only find the bar.

Halesowen's talismanic Miracle Okafor puts a free header well wide of the mark just shy of the hour mark.

The game's final goal came in the 82nd minute, as Tee played in King-Harmes, who found the net with his effort despite Platt getting a hand to it.