DESPITE only fielding a bare 11 squad Hereford Pegasus Reserves ended Ledbury Town's unbeaten record in the Herefordshire Premier with 3-1 victory

The New Street side introduced Josh Burns, who pulled a goal back, but couldn't help his side from defeat.

The win leaves Pegasus with two wins from two matches.

Their faultless league record is matched by Kington Town who beat Ludlow Town Colts 2-1 thanks to a Brian Dyer brace.

Both sides have played a game less than the other four sides sat on six points.

Reigning champions Clee Hill top the table after returning to form in their 3-0 win over Ewyas Harold.

Meanwhile, Holme Lacy also bounced back following a defeat last weekend with a 7-2 win over Shobdon.

Joseph Griffiths netted twice while further goals came from Jean Alveraz, Nick Britton, Stuart Mills, Matthew Wargen and Charlie Greenhouse.

Malvern Town Reserves also sit in the leading pack of sides after recording a 3-1 win at Kingstone Rovers.

Meanwhile, Hinton picked up a first league win of the season after running out 3-2 victors at Wellington Reserves.

Brad Matthews scored two for the visitors and Harry Meadmore the other in the victory.

In Division One, two goals from substitute Matthew Quinsey helped secure Civil Service a 5-3 win over Hereford City.