Tollitt began life with Everton as a youngster before dropping in to non-league with Widnes. He began playing senior football at 17 learning his trade in the lower reaches of football.
Having put in an impressive display against Skelmersdale United he joined Skem on a dual-registration. He continued to put in quality performances and even played on Sunday’s as well as Saturday at times before getting his big break in the EFL.
Paul Cook opted to bring Tollitt to Portsmouth on trial before tying him down to a one-year deal. Tollitt’s debut came in the League Cup against Derby County in August 2015 where the League Two side overcame the visitors from the Championship.
His League Two bow came against Notts County in September 2015 and his first goal was in a 6-0 trouncing of York City at Fratton Park.
In the summer of 2016 an extension of his contract was taken up by Pompey and he was involved in two cup matches against Coventry City and Yeovil Town before he was loaned out to Tranmere Rovers.
His Whites debut in the National League was against Woking in a 3-1 victory and went on to sign permanently in December of that year. He ended the season with six goals for Rovers.
The next season was a difficult one for Tollitt making just 12 league appearances due to injury but did pick up a promotion back to the EFL with Tranmere.
He made nine appearances with Rovers back in League Two before he opted to switch to the Racecourse Ground on loan.
During his Dragons debut on Boxing Day 2018 he came off the bench against Salford City scoring a tremendous goal in front of 8,200 plus supporters at the Cae Ras.
On Loan From Tranmere Rovers