HOLME Lacy recorded a fourth win from six games to go top of the Herefordshire Premier.

With a host of sides in HFA Charity Bowl action the door was open for Lacy to take pole position.

However, Bartestree took a shock lead against the new leaders through John Stoner's header.

Lacy replied in emphatic fashion with Elliot

Jones, Stuart Mills, Hne Wilson and Jean Alveraz all netting in their 4-1 win.

After suffering two league defeats on the bounce Ewyas Harold returned to winning ways with a 9-1 victory at home to Hereford Pegasus Reserves.

Aaron King, Ryan Losito and Ryan Davies all scored braces for Lacy while Luke Price, Joe Taylor and Richard Lynes also fired home.

It was a day to remember for Ewyas Harold as their Reserves recorded a 6-0 victory at in-form Dorstone in Division Two.

Harry Hales scored a hat-trick while Owen Prout netted two and Joseph Southall the other.

Reigning Premier Division title holders Clee Hill are also targetting cup silverware this term.

They needed extra-time before running out 3-1 victors over Ledbury Town in the Charity Bowl.

Ieuan Woodcock scored a brace for Westfields Reserves as they eased into the next round with a 3-0 win over Kingstone Rovers.

Luke Marston also netted twice as Fownhope earned their place in the next round after seeing off Shobdon 2-1, with Aaron Bowden scoring in reverse.

Wellington Reserves also battled into the next round with a 3-2 win at Ludlow Colts.

In the final HFA Junior Cup tie a hattrick from Jordan Williamson saw Hereford Pegasus Colts progress with a 3-2 win over Ludlow Colts Reserves.

Ross Juniors dropped points at the top of Division One after being held 2-2 by new side Leominster Town.

Florin Crainic and Paul Wooding both scored for Ross who were denied three points by goals from Matt Strangwood and Charlie Leech.

Tenbury United continue to head Division One with a 4-1 win over Dore Valley.