Luctonians match abandoned, Ledbury win but Bromyard and Greyhound beaten

LUCTONIANS’ home match with Caldy was cut short after just 20 minutes when a serious injury to a visiting forward forced the abandonment of the National Two North match.

The match, which had seen no score for either side, will be replayed at a date to be agreed by the two clubs.

Ledbury returned to winning ways in Midlands Three West (South) with a 23-10 success at Evesham which takes the Ross Road side up to third in the table.

It was not such a good day, however, for the Hereford sides in Midlands Four West (North).

Bromyard were beaten 20-10 at home by high-flying Clee Hill.

And Greyhound suffered a potentially damaging 10-5 reverse at relegation rivals Tenbury.

Jamie Cuss scored twice but Westfields had to be content with a 2-2 draw at home to Kirby Muxloe.

But it was a disastrous afternoon for Pegasus Juniors who were thumped 4-1 at home by Smethwick Rangers.

And it was even worse for Bromyard Town who were thumped 8-1 at high-flying Shawbury United.

In Division One, Ledbury Town’s indifferent away form continued with a 2-0 reverse at St Martin’s.

But Bartestree are back up to second in the table after pounding Trysull 6-1.


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