WESTFIELDS Reserves and Kington Town Reserves both won at the weekend to maintain their HFA County League Premier Division title charge.

Ben Thomas was Westfields' hero as his hat-trick helped them to a 4-2 win over Holme Lacy.

Ollie Smith was also on target at allpay.park, with James Upcott and Dominic Barnes netting for Lacy.

The win sees Westfields join Fownhope at the top of the division on 33 points, but with two games in hand.

Fownhope fell to a 1-0 home defeat to Malvern Town Under-21s; Yunis Giwa scoring the winner.

The return fixture is this Saturday.

Kington played for the first time in five weeks and were rewarded with a 3-2 win over Tenbury United.

Callum Davies, Nick Evans and Daniel Stack all scored for Kington, with Stack later sent off for the home side.

But Town managed to see out the win and were helped by goalkeeper Adam Jones saving an 80th minute penalty.

This Saturday, Kington go to struggling Orleton Colts, while third-placed Wellington Rangers go to Ewyas Harold, who are fifth.

Westfields Reserves are in HFA Charity Bowl action at Ledbury Town.

With Kingstone Rovers not playing, Woofferton have closed the gap at the top of Division One to four points after beating Hereford City 4-0.

Dan Gower and Luke Pugh both scored twice for the Blues.

Elsewhere, third-placed Holme Lacy Reserves saw off Weston-under-Penyard 4-1, while Wellington Colts beat Orleton Colts Reserves 3-1.

There were also two games in Division Two.

Newent Town Reserves are up to third after beating second-placed Belmont Wanderers 3-1, while Bromyard Downs overcame Civil Service 2-1.