Luctonians and Hereford beaten but Westfields win at allpay.park again at last (From Hereford Times)
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Luctonians and Hereford beaten but Westfields win at allpay.park again at last
LUCTONIANS were beaten for the fourth straight game when they went down 18-12 to Sedgley Park in National Two North at Mortimer Park.
Unbeaten Midlands One West leaders Lichfield proved too strong for Hereford and inflicted a 49-25 defeat on the Wyesiders.
But Ledbury notched their fifth win in six Midlands Three West (South) matches with an 11-3 win at Kings Norton.
There was an excellent win, too, for Bromyard who beat Midlands Four West (North)’s second-placed side Cleobury Mortimer 22-7.
But Greyhound’s difficult spell went on when they were beaten 20-17 at Warley.
But Ross remained in third place in Gloucester 2 with a 14-10 home win over Spartans (Gloucester) in Gloucester 2.
Westfields finally gained their second Midland Alliance home win of the season, when the returning Richard Kear was one of their scorers in a 4-0 win over Rocester.
Pegasus were not in action after their match at Wolverhampton Casuals was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
But the county’s other two West Midlands League Premier Division sides picked up points – Bromyard Town gained a welcome win with a 2-1 home success against Bustleholme while Wellington forced a 1-1 draw at Willenhall.
Lads Club’s match in League One at Haughmond was also rained off with the result that Bartestree, who beat Penncroft 3-0, move second.
Ledbury’s away form has not improved, however, with Town beaten 3-1 at lowly Wolverhampton United.
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