HOLME Lacy Reserves progressed on penalties in the HFA Junior Cup after seeing off Burghill Rangers.

Louis Price and substitute Jay Spencer netted for Lacy as the scores were level 2-2 at full-time. However, the visitors progressed after scoring three of their spot kicks.

Holme Lacy will meet Tenbury United in the quarter-finals after United were handed a walk-over victory over Lads Club Colts.

Following Lacy through to the quarter-final was Dore Vally who ran out 2-1 winners over Bromyard Downs.

Meanwhile, Wellington Colts are the ones to watch in the cup following their emphatic 7-1 win over Hinton Reserves with Harvey Robinson scoring the only goal for the hosts.

They will meet St Johns Howle Hill firsts, who scored an extra-time winner to progress 2-1 at Tenbury Town.

Last year’s finalists Ledbury Town Reserves are yet to discover their quarter-final opponents but booked their place with a 2-1 win over Leominster.

Mark Taylor’s goal and a Kieran Loveridge 75th minute penalty saw their side progress while substitute Jack Morris scored for Town.

They will face the winner of Ross Juniors and Hereford Pegasus Colts who meet next weekend.

Meanwhile, in the Herefordshire Premier, reigning champions Clee Hill United and Kington Town sit joint top after both sides scored five goals past their opponents.

Callum Davies scored a brace for Town while Kieran Patel, Charlie Beaumon and Nick Evans also netted as they beat Bartestree 5-1.

Clee Hill were also in an unforgiving mood as they beat Kingstone Rovers 5-2 with Sam Lewis and Lee Marlow both netting in reply for Rovers.

Meanwhile, Hinton edged victory in a seven-goal thriller against Fownhope thanks to a brace from Harry Meadmore and further goals from Bradley Matthews and Joshua Rogers.