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Luctonians back to winning ways against Hull and Hereford beat Stoke-on-Trent
LUCTONIANS eased back to winning ways in National Two North with a 48-32 home win over Hull to complete a double over the Yorkshiremen.
And it was a good afternoon for Hereford with the Wyesiders winning 15-13 at Stoke-on-Trent in Midlands One West.
Ledbury will hope for signs of a New Year revival after a useful point from a 13-13 home draw with Cheltenham North.
But Bromyard suffered a disappointment in their local derby with Tenbury when they were narrowly beaten 12-10.
Ross are still in contention with the leading pack in Gloucester 2 after an 11-3 home win over basement side Bredon Star.
Westfields suffered a disappointment, going down 2-0 at home in the Midland Alliance to Gornal Athletic.
But there was better news for Pegasus Juniors who go seventh in the West Midlands League Premier Division after notching a 2-1 home win over Bewdley Town with goals from Sam Hunt and Chris Mortlock.
Wellington also picked up a point from a 2-2 draw at Dudley Sports where Dale Withers and Paul Jones were on target.
Bromyard Town battled away at leaders Black Country Rangers but were eventually beaten 4-2.
In Division Two, Bartestree were beaten 3-1 at Malvern Rangers but Ledbury Town stay second after a 4-0 home success against Wrens Nest.
Lads Club will have done their hopes of staging a late run to promotion no harm either with a 3-2 win at Tenbury United.