ONE of the county's leading Sunday League teams have called it a day.

Vaga – who at one time had a reserve side – have withdrawn from the Sunday League.

Their place has gone to The Lion, who had earlier pulled out of the competition.

Two matches were played in the Sunday League last weekend.

Bromyard Colts beat Hay St Mary's 4-3 thanks to two goals from Matt Gwynne, while Hereford City saw off roebuck 4-2.

In the Saturday Premier League, Fownhope lead the way after beating Hinton 4-2.

Holme Lacy are one point them in second place after hammering Westfields Reserves 7-0.

Ryan Rowlett and James Upcott both scored twice, with Jean Alveraz, Liam Campbell and Will Ferriday also on target.

Elsewhere, Wellington Rangers and Ewyas Harold shared a 3-3 draw.

Nick Brotton scored a brace for Wellington, while Matthew Knight scored twice for Ewyas Harold.

Near the foot of the division, Leominster Town beat Hereford Ladds Reserves 3-1 thanks to two goals from Ethan Wickham, while Orleton Colts beat Malvern Town Under-21s 2-1.

Tenbury Town also had a 2-1 win over Pegasus Reserves; Cory Hyde scoring for Pegasus.

The early Division One leaders are Kingstone Rovers, who have won their opening two games.

Goals from Ashley Day, Dean Evans and Stuart Mills saw them beat Hereford City 3-0.

Hinton Reserves also have a 100 per cent record after a brace from Taylor McNeil helped them to a 2-0 win over Weston-under-Penyard.

Elsewhere, Wellington Colts beat Holme Lacy Reserves 4-3, while Ewyas Harold Reserves saw off Ludlow Town Colts 3-2.

Ledbury Town Reserves and Orleton Colts Reserves shared a 3-3 draw.

There were plenty of goals in the three matches played in Division Two.

Bartestree Reserves hammered Bromyard Downs 7-3,while Tyler Davies netted a hat-trick in Dore Valley's 4-2 win at Shobdon.

Credenhill and Kington Colts shared a 4-4 draw; Keidis Fitzpatrick-Garside scoring twice for Kington.