KINGTON Town maintained their fine start to the Herefordshire Premier with a fourth win from five games.

The visitors latest triumph came at Westfields Reserves where they again ran out winners by a single goal.

Brian Dyer fired Kington ahead in the first half with a low drive from just inside the 18-yard box.

Debutant Kieran Patel doubled Town's lead on the 67th minute with a curling shot.

Callum Ditchfield gave Fields hope by pulling a goal back with 13 minutes remaining before Jon Hopkins saw his injury time shot cleared off the line.

Elsewhere Wellington Reserves picked up their first point of the season after holding Ledbury Town to a 2-2 draw.

John Buchanon and Chris Bush both netted as their side moved off the bottom.

Meanwhile, Pegasus Reserves are currently looking for a new manager.

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Their scheduled game against Kingstone Rovers didn't go ahead.

League leaders Holme Lacy progressed in the HFA Charity Bowl first round with Stuart Mills netting a brace.

Hinton also progressed following a 4-1 win over Bartestree with Elliot Body, Josh Rogers and

Harry Meadmore x2 all scoring.

Clee Hill United progressed in the County Challenge Cup following a 6-1 win over Fownhope.