EWYAS Harold are through to the semi-finals of the HFA County Challenge Cup after dramatically beating Leominster Town 3-0 penalties.

Mike Bambrough was Harold's hero, saving two spot-kicks after the tie was locked at 0-0 after extra-time.

Rob Cooper-Tomkins, Matty James and Mike Docherty scored the three penalties.

It means that Ewyas Harold join Hereford, Wellington and Hereford Lads Club in the hat for the semi-finals.

The latter beat Malvern Town Under-21s 5-0 last week; James Fennessy, Alex Lancett, Kalum Wildig and Adam Hockey (2) scoring their goals.

Meanwhile, new manager Steve Cuss got off to a flying start as his Holme Lacy team thrashed Tenbury Town 6-1.

Cuss has taken over from Chris Ferriday, who has decided to step aside from the managerial reign.

Liam Campbell led the way for Holme Lacy with a hat-trick, with James Upcott also scoring twice.

Elsewhere, Hereford Lads Club Reserves picked up their first point of the season at the 13th time of asking after drawing 3-3 with Orleton Colts.

Jack Harding (2) and Ryan Davey scored for Lads Club.

Kingstone Rovers are six points clear of Woofferton at the top of Division One after a hat-trick from Martyn Powell helped them beat Hereford City 4-0.

Woofferton beat Wellington Colts 4-1, while a hat-trick from Jake Mecke and a brace from William Callwood saw Hinton Reserves thrash Fownhope Reserves 6-2.

In Division Two, Kington Colts saw off Bromyard Downs 5-4, Bartestree Reserves beat Civil Service 3-1, Dore Valley overcame Ross Juniors 4-0 and Newent Town Reserves thrashed Shobdon 12-0.

Meanwhile, there was drama in the HFA Charity Bowl match between Fownhope and Ledbury Town.

The match finished 5-5 after extra-time, but it is Ledbury who go through to the semi-finals after winning 4-1 on penalties.

Ledbury will face Westfields Reserves, who upset Premier Division leaders Kington Town Reserves 3-0.

Malvern Town Under-21s are also through to the last four after goals from Yunus Giwa (2), Claudio Henrique De and Henry Dyde saw them beat Wellington Rangers 5-1.