THE HFA County League Premier Division looks like it could be competitive this season with teams taking points off each other.

Just two points separate the top seven positions, with only Kington Town having a 100 per cent record from their two games.

Kington saw off previous leaders Holme Lacy 4-1 thanks to goals from Callum Davies, Oliver Hughes, Ryan Newton and Sam Goodman.

Westfields Reserves currently lead the way on goal difference with seven points from three games.

The Hereford side thrashed Hereford Lads Club 7-0 at allpay.park last weekend thanks to a hat-trick from Zac Sirrell.

Ashley Nelder, Ben Thomas and Oliver Smith were also on target.

Joining Westfields on seven points are Fownhope and Pegasus Reserves.

Fownhope thrashed Orleton Colts 5-1 while Pegasus narrowly saw off Leominster Town 4-3.

Ewyas Harold also had a good win against reigning champions Hinton.

Two goals from Will Lindesay and one each from Shaune Smith and Ryan James saw the village outfit come out 4-2 winners.

Ledbury Town meanwhile inflicted inflicted Wellington Rangers' first defeat of the season.

An 88th minute winner from Dwayne Tyndale saw Ledbury win 2-1.

Tenbury Town and Malvern Town Under-21s shared a 2-2 draw.

The opening weekend in Division One saw wins for Hereford City, Kingstone Rovers, Weston-under-Penyard, Fownhope Reserves and Hinton Reserves.

Goals from Dermot Clarke, Joshua Newton and Zak Turner saw Hereford City beat Ledbury Town Reserves 3-0, while Kingstone, who have come up from Division Two, beat Woofferton 4-2.

Weston-under-Penyard also enjoyed the same result against Ludlow Town Colts, while Fownhope Reserves saw off Fownhope Reserves 2-0.

A solitary goal from Jake Mecke was enough for Hinton Reserves to beat Wellington Colts 1-0.

In Division Two, Belmont Wanderers started off with a 6-3 away win at Bartestree Reserves thanks to two goals from Rhys Davies, while new boys Credenhill beat Bromyard Downs 3-0.

Dore Valley also had a good day after coming from Ross Juniors with a 4-2 win.

In the one Sunday League game played, Hereford City and Burghill shared a 3-3 draw.