WELLINGTON Rangers had their scoring boots on as the villagers thrashed Tenbury Town 11-1 in HFA County League Premier Division.

Ryan Daw led the way with a hat-trick, while Glenn Segust and Nick Britton hit braces.

Other scorers were Chris Bush, Pete Wall, Neil Walmsley and Will Burley, with Tenbury's reply coming from Adam Everall.

The win sees Wellington just a point behind leaders Kington Town Reserves.

Unbeaten Kington also a comfortable win, thrashing Lads Club Reserves 6-1.

Nick Evans scored a hat-trick, with Sam Goodman, Max Lewis and Jack Carpenter also on target.

Elsewhere, third placed Westfields Reserves beat Ewyas Harold 3-1 thanks to goals from Zac Sirrell, Ollie Smith and Sam Taylor, Ledbury Town beat Holme Lacy 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller. Tenbury United came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with Fownhope and Malvern Town Under-21s saw off Orleton Colts 4-2.

At the foot of the division, a brace from Cory Hyde helped Pegasus Reserves draw 3-3 with Leominster Town.

In the one Division One match to take place, four goals from Dan Pugh saw Woofferton hammer Fownhope Reserves 9-0.

While in Division Two, Bartestree Reserves thrashed Shobdon 6-0 and Bromyard Downs beat Dore Valley 2-1.