BROMYARD were hit for ten on Tuesday night during a mauling at AFC Bridgnorth.

The county side, who sit third bottom, went down 10-1 in Shropshire in West Midlands (Regional) League., just three says after losing 1-0 at home to Wolverhampton Sporting Community.

It's been a better few days for Pegasus Juniors, though, who picked up maximum points from their two games this week.

The Old School Lane outfit came out on top at Ellesmere Rangers on Saturday, winning 3-1.

Ashley Lear fired them ahead just before the break, with Cory Hyde doubling the advantage three minutes into the second half.

However, Ellesmere pegged their opponents back midway through the half when Ryan Booth scored. But the home side's renewed confidence lasted just one minute as Hereford FC man Carlos Moreira restored the two goal advantage, which was a lead they didn't surrender.

This result was followed up on Tuesday when Juniors beat Worcestershire rivals Malvern 2-1.

Sam Pearson put Peggy ahead on the half hour before Dave Reynolds equalised from the spot just after the restart.

Pearson then secured all three points by firing in the winner on 71 minutes.

Elsewhere in the division, Wellington travelled to Bewdley who were playing their first home game since October.

The game started at a frantic pace with the home team giving the Welly defence a few problems, but it was the Herefordshire side who scored first when an Adam Newbury free-kick was headed on by Ben Thomas with Matt Williams scoring from close range.

The referee then awarded a penalty to Bewdley who made it 1-1 and, within five minutes Bewdley were ahead when they scored from a corner.

The turning point in the game, however, came when Josh Hunt was brought down on the edge of the box while through on goal but, much to Wellington's amazement the offending player wasn't sent off.

In the second half, Paul Jones thought he had won a penalty but his appeals were waved away. Then, with 20 minutes remaining, Saul Thomas combined with Hunt to score his first first-team goal for two years following a long injury lay-off.

On Tuesday, Wellington went down 2-1 at home to Dudley Town.