KINGTON Ladies Hockey Club had a weekend to remember after two wins took them top of South Wales Division One.

Their first match saw the ladies travel to Llandysul to challenge the previous table-toppers.

The deadlock was broken by Kington captain Rachel Venables only for the hosts to level before the half-time whistle.

Kington dominated the second half and were back in front with a deserved goal from Venables assisted by winger Sinny Price.

Goalkeeper Abby Reynolds made some excellent saves to prevent a draw after a late rally from the home side and defender Ella Davies gave an excellent performance earning her man of the match.

The following day Kington welcomed Cardiff University thirds for a re-arranged match.

Despite the back-to-back games, Kington were passionate and winger Helen Boley scored the opener only for Cardiff to equalise before the break.

With the prospect of being top of the table, Kington started the second half with renewed energy and Venables' third goal of the weekend gave her side a 2-1 lead.

However, Cardiff again equalised before Venables took matters into her own hands and secured the win with her second brace of the weekend.

The victory put undefeated Kington to the top of the table.

Man of the match was again earned by outstanding defender Davies.

Meanwhile, Hereford sit top in the West Clubs' Women's League Northern Division.

Last weekend they maintained their unbeaten record with a 5-5 draw at Bristol & West Jaspers.

In the Severn Division One, Leominster moved up to third following a 2-1 win at Shipton Oliffe.

Goals for the visitors came courtesy of Nina Emery and Mom Iona.