A HAT-TRICK for James Aquah saw Fownhope take their second league win of the season in the Herefordshire Premier.

Despite being without a league since September, Fownhope were full of confidence during a 5-1 win over Hereford Pegasus Reserves.

Further goals came courtesy of Lee Marlow and Kieran Chambers.

With the top three not in action Westfields Reserves kept their form going with an emphatic 6-0 win over Shobdon.

Owen Bolton and Ashley Nelder each netted a brace while Oliver Smith and Ieuan Woodcock also netted for the hosts.

The game of the day came in the HFA Charity Bowl quarter-final match between Hinton and Clee Hill United.

United looked in control of the tie with Steve Preece hitting a wonder strike to open proceedings.

Preece added another and Ryan Clarke also scored as the reigning Herefordshire Premier title winners were 3-0 up with 13 minutes remaining.

Despite having eight players missing and only manager Stu Jones as a substitute Hinton made a remarkable fight-back.

Brandon Jennings scored a brace and Bradley Matthews the other as Hinton drew back to 3-3 before netting an extra-time winner to earn their place in the semi-final.

They will now travel to Wellington Reserves in the last four.

In the final quarter-final Holme Lacy versus Malvern Town Reserves was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch and has been rearranged for next month, the winner will face Westfields Reserves.