Hereford rally duo Ken Davis and Alan Jones got the month underway in style by taking category victory in the Rally North Wales.

The race formed part of the British Historic Rally Championships and took place in the classic Dyfi Forestry Complex.

Herefordshire Champion Jockey Richard Johnson saw his Grand National dreams ended for another year.

His ride, Rock the Kasbah fell at the 19th fence.

In cricket, teenagers Luke Powell and Harry Sockett put on a partnership of 258 runs.

Both batters hit centuries as Burghill, Tillington and Weobley beat Kepsey


Luctonians earned their place back in the National League Two North at the first attempt following a play-off win over Blaydon.

A crowd of 857 packed into Mortimer Park to see Luctonians run out 31-17 in the winner takes all match.

Westfields clinched the Herefordshire FA County Challenge Cup following a 6-0 win over Hereford Pegasus.

On route to the final Andy Bevan's side knocked out Hereford FC.

Westfields, Hereford Pegasus, Lads Club and Wellington were all moved into the Hellenic League.

Fields also appointed Phil Glover as their new manager following the departure of Andy Bevan.

Meanwhile, Lads Club Ladies sealed the Women's County Cup with a 2-1 victory over Ludlow Ladies.

Mel Mayo and Amy Bradley were both the goal scorers.

Former Hereford FC and Hereford United players came together to mark the testimonial of Rob Purdie.


A former Wigmore High School pupil was impressing on the biggest rugby stage.

Lark Davies score a hat-trick as England beat the Barbarians 40-14 in front of a crowd of 17,902.

Hereford chairman Ken Kinnersley announced his retirement with Andrew Graham appointed as his successor.

During the off-season the Bulls were making a host of signings to their squad.

Leominster Town returned to Saturday football after entering a side in the Herefordshire County League for the following season.