EWYAS Harold made it two wins from two in the Herefordshire County League Premier following a 3-1 victory over Bartestree.

Ryan Davies, Ryan Losito and Matthew Norton all found the net for Harold while Jamie Titley scored at the other end for the hosts.

It has been a miserable start to the campaign for Bartestree following a 10-0 defeat the previous weekend.

However, it’s Ledbury who sit top of the league at this early stage, also with a perfect record from their opening two matches.

The New Street side landed a psychological blow over reigning champions Clee Hill United with a 2-1 win.

A last-minute winner from defender Mike Arlot gave Ledbury victory and a perfect start to their league campaign.

Westfields Reserves recovered from their opening day defeat to record a morale boosting 4-1 victory at Fownhope.

Jack Manuel scored a brace for the visitors while Ieuan Woodcock and Joel Cassidy were the other scorers.

Elsewhere, newly promoted Ludlow Town Colts picked up their first win of the season 2-1 against Kingstone while Malvern Town Reserves beat Holme Lacy 3-1.

A hat-trick from Josh Burns maintained the feel-good factor at Ledbury as he fired their Reserves to an opening day 6-0 win over new side Ludlow Town Colts Reserves.

Nathan Ince, Mark Taylor and Ben Febery also found the net as they took pole position in Division One on the opening day.

After being relegated last season Tenbury United got off to a good start with a 4-2 win at Leominster Town with Joe Ferguson and substitute Tristan Stocker netting for the hosts, in their first match since re-forming.

Braces from Lucas Gwillim and Jamie Layton-Morris sent Kington Town Reserves to the top of Division Two with an opening day 6-0 victory over Ewyas Harold Reserves.

Adam Williams and substitute Charlie Beaumont also netted for Kington in their win.

Bromyard Downs were the only other Division Two winners after recording a 2-1 win over Burghill Rangers.