HONOURS were shared as Hereford rivals Belmont Wanderers and Hereford City played out a 2-2 draw.

The game heading to a different outcome early on as two goals inside the first 15 minutes for City by Alex Jackson and Joe Taylor put them into a comfortable 2-0 lead.

Following tactical changes by the Wanderers management they came back into the tie and Nigel Mosinski pulled a goal back before the break.

Wanderers pushed on in the second half and levelled the tie when Mosinski played through Aaron Turner who slotted the ball home.

With many games postponed Wellington Reserves took advantage to stretch their gap at the top of the Premier Division to 14 points with a 3-1 win over Holme Lacy.

Nick Britton scored a brace for the league leaders while Chris Bush scored the other.

Matthew Wargen scored in reply for Lacy.

The only other game in the Premier saw Ledbury Town take a sixth league win of the season with a 4-1 victory over Kington Town.

In muddy conditions eventual brace scorer Harri John slotted the ball home upfield after barely two minutes of play.

Kington, who looked increasingly threatening upfront managed to grab their equaliser just after the half hour mark.

Ledbury scored again moments before the interval through regular set-piece taker Curt Williams finishing an across goal effort from Ben Febery.

Although the hosts’ lead appeared rather fragile going into the interval, a goal from prolific striker Tom Boyle following a well-taken 57th minute corner saw them take control with John completing his brace three minutes later.

Division One side Wellington Colts were agonisingly knocked out of the HFA Junior Cup on penalties by St Johns Howle Hill.

John Buchanon, Cameron Morris and Richard Macdonald all netted for the Herefordshire side during the defeat.