Westfields progress at Alvechurch in FA Vase but Luctonians and Hereford beaten

WESTFIELDS have achieved the distinction of keeping Herefordshire involvement in a national FA competition going until the New Year with a 1-0 win at Alvechurch in the third round of the FA Vase.

Phil Glover’s goal 11 minutes from time ensures that the city side will go into the draw for the fourth round, which will take place on January 18.

Pegasus extended their winning run to nine games in the West Midlands League Premier Division with a 4-1 win over lowly Bustleholme.

Kane Kahaki, Tom Dawson, Chris Mortlock and Keith Jones scored the Juniors goals.

Wellington are up to ninth in the table after a 3-0 win at Bewdley Town.

But Bromyard Town were beaten 4-2 at home by Ellesmere Rangers.

Bartestree maintained their hold on second place in Division One with a 2-1 win at Shenstone Pathfinders.

And Lads Club picked up three welcome points with a 4-3 win at Wyrley, but Ledbury Town’s match at Gornal Athletic Reserves was abandoned.

In National Two North, Luctonians found themselves completely outfaced by leaders Macclesfield who left Mortimer Park with a 69-10 victory.

And Hereford have slipped to fourth in Midlands One West after a 43-30 defeat at Silhillians.

Ledbury closed order near the top of Midlands Three West (South) with a 26-21 win over Old Yardleians to take the Ross Road side up to fourth.

There were plenty of points in games involving county sides in Midlands Four West (North), but not all the right way.

Bromyard blitzed basement club St Leonards 83-0.

But Greyhound were hammered 47-3 by second-placed Clee Hill.

Ross have slipped back into mid-table in Gloucester 2 after a 24-15 home defeat by the Bristol Aeroplane Company.

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