Tenbury United extended their impressive run with a 5-1 win at home to Leominster Town in the Premier Division of the Herefordshire League.

It was a third straight victory for the Palmers Meadow side and with trips to struggling Orleton and Hereford Lads Club Reserves to come before the end of the month, they could still be among the clubs vying for a top three spot at the end of the season.

Toby Gittens started his first game up front for United and was rewarded with the opening goal after 15 minutes following good work out wide from Chris Patton.

Tenbury continued to create chances and Aaron Morris headed against the bar before Mike Foster doubled the lead.

But the visitors reduced the arrears and finished the half the stronger.

The game could have gone either way until Foster netted his second with Jordan Morris adding an excellent fourth before substitute Mark Boucker wrapped things up following more good work from Patton.

There tie was the only played in the top two divisions.

Belmont Wanderers kept the pressure on at the top of Division Two with a 2-1 victory over Civil Service with Damian Gallimore and Antony Hannay netting.