HEREFORD youngster Adam Hockey came off the bench to seal three points for Lads Club with a 2-1 victory over Shawbury United.

Hockey, who is on loan from Hereford FC, has been struggling with a hamstring problem recently but showed his class to net the late winner.

Lads Club were in control of the tie from the outset and it came as no surprise when James Hancocks fired them into a first half lead.

However, a host of missed chances by Danny Moon's side left the door open for the visitors to level.

Sean Evans took full advantage and fired home from the penalty spot.

However, the class of substitute Hockey eventually told and the striker beat two players before firing home from 18 yards out to secure the win.

"We should have been 5-0 up as they didn't have a shot before they got a penalty," said Moon.

"It was frustrating as there was a couple of incidents in the first half, we should have been 4-0 up after the first 25 minutes but didn't take our chances.

"In the second half we had chance after chance before their lad took on our right-back and went over a leg for the penalty.

Speaking about the class of young striker Hockey who is on loan after signing for Hereford in the summer, Moon added: "Adam (Hockey) has been struggling with his hamstring but is definitely good enough to be in the 16 at Hereford, he has got the ability.

"That's down to their manager but he has got the ability to be back in."

Also in the West Midlands Premier, Wellington were left slightly disappointed after promotion chasing Wolverhampton Casuals scored a late equaliser to secure a 1-1 draw.

Saul Thomas put Welly ahead after 23 minutes and despite the visitors posing a threat Gary Steven's side had chances to go further ahead.

The best of these came from the penalty spot but their effort was saved before Casuals equalised with eight minutes remaining.

Elsewhere, Jake McQuilkin scored his first senior goal for Pegasus Juniors but couldn't prevent them fall to a 2-1 defeat to Dudley Town.

Bartestree remain in the Midlands Division Three title hunt at Christmas after thrashing FC Shush 6-1.

Miles Langford netted a brace for the hosts while further goal came from Darren Andrews, Levi Ellis, Nick Weaver and Mark Langford.