FOWNHOPE lost for the first team in the HFA County League Premier Division, while leaders Kington Town Reserves were heavily beaten.

Goals from Chris Patton, Lee Millichip and Mike Foster saw Tenbury United beat Fownhope 3-1, while Hinton comfortably saw off Kington 4-1.

Brad Matthews scored two of Hinton's goals, one from the penalty spot, while a Rod Haslam header and an own goal added to Hinton's scoreline.

However, Kington will be relieved that none of their title rivals won, so they still lie top of the division.

Wellington Rangers have joined them on 27 points, but could only draw 2-2 with Holme Lacy.

Chris Bush scored both of Wellington's goals, with Jean Alveraz and Liam Campbell on target for Holme Lacy.

Westfields Reserves are now ahead of Fownhope in third place on goal difference after goals from Ben Thomas and Ieuan Woodcock saw them draw 2-2 with Malvern Town Under-21s.

Meanwhile, unbeaten Kingstone Rovers stretched their lead at the top of the Division One table to seven points after beating Wellington Colts 3-0.

Marc Avery scored two of the goals, with Rory Worthing adding the other.

Elsewhere, Carlton Maddocks and Sean Lamb both scored twice in a 6-0 win for Hereford City against Weston-under-Penyard, while Connor Davies-Austin and Nathan Hardisty scored for Orleton Colts Reserves in a 2-0 win over rivals Ludlow Town Colts.

Bartestree Reserves, meanwhile, are now top of Division Two on goal difference after thumping Newent Town Reserves 6-2, while previous leaders Belmont Wanderers went down 3-1 at Bromyard Downs.

Dore Valley and Ross Juniors drew 2-2.

And in the Sunday League, leaders Bromyard Colts saw off Cosmos 4-1, while Burghill beat previously undefeated The Lion 3-2.