A HAT-TRICK for marksman Ieuan Woodcock helped Westfields Reserves book their place in the HFA Charity Bowl semi-final following a convincing 7-1 win at Fownhope.

George Andrews also netted a brace for the Reserves while Callum Ditchfield and Owain Woodcock added further goals.

Hereford Pegasus Reserves face Westfields Reserves in the quarter-finals on November 30, after recording a mid-week 4-3 win in the first round over Kington.

Curtis Driscoll, Dale Richards, Nicholas Weaver and Jordan Williamson all scored for Peggy in the end to end encounter.

Taking advantage of their 3G pitch in the wet weather Peggy were also in league action on Saturday.

Under their new management team they suffered a 3-2 defeat against Ludlow Town Colts.

The only other Herefordshire Premier match to beat the weather saw Wellington triumph 2-1 over Ledbury Town.

Youngster Toby Raison fired Ledbury ahead from a 25th minute corner.

However, Welly replied before the break with John Buchanon levelling.

Substitute Cameron Morris then hit the winner for Welly 15 minutes from time.

Pegasus Colts also took advantage of the 3G surface to maintain their unbeaten start to Division Two with a 5-2 win over Woofferton thanks to a Jordan Williamson brace.

Civil Service Reserves remain hot on their heels after recording a 6-0 rout over Ewyas Harold Res.

Elsewhere, Credenhill Harriers picked up their first win of the season with a 5-0 score-line at Dorstone.