WELLINGTON Reserves recorded their third win on the bounce after coming from two goals down to beat Ludlow Town Colts 3-2.

A slow start to the season saw Welly fall behind the leading pack in the early stages of their campaign.

However, they have since hit form with three home wins this month alone.

On this occasion the Colts went ahead through a Jabez Smith penalty before Sam Thomas doubled their advantage.

After the half-time talk Welly responded with Chris Bush, Alex Vasile and Luke Winters all finding the net on route to victory.

Title holders Clee Hill United dropped more points in the Herefordshire Premier title race with a 1-1 draw with Ewyas Harold.

A sublime free-kick from Shaune Smith sealed a share of the spoils for Harold.

Ledbury Town pulled away from the bottom three with a 5-2 victory over the 10 men of Fownhope.

Josh Burns opened the scoring for Town after just two minutes before Josh Tomkins doubled his side's advantage.

However, Fownhope replied with two quick goals by Darren Minett and Kieran Chambers to level the score at the break.

Fownhope were reduced to 10 men after half-time due to a sending off.

Two minutes after coming on for Ledbury substitute Lewis Williams put his side back ahead before Tomkins scored his second and Williams completed the win.

Elsewhere, a brace from Jordan Manns helped Hinton to a 3-1 win over Bartestree with Elliot Body scoring the other for the visitors.

Finally, Westfields Reserves maintained their title challenge with a 2-1 win on Friday night over Hereford Pegasus Reserves with both Ieuan Woodcock and Jamie Rees scoring.