A STUART Mills brace helped Holme Lacy to maintain their title charge after coming out 4-2 victors over Ewyas Harold.

Ryan Rowlett and Matthew Wargen also found the net for Lacy who sit four points behind leaders Clee Hill with two games in hand.

Meanwhile, Harold goals came courtesy of Will Lindesay and Joe Taylor.

Clee Hill shared the goals around their side as they overcame Fownhope 4-0 to stay top of the Herefordshire Premier.

However, Kington Town suffered a blow to their end of season hopes as Wellington Reserves found their form in the second half to run away 5-2 winners.

The sides were even at the break with both sides scoring in the first period.

Welly scored four times in the second half to pull away for a morale-boosting win.

John Buchanon scored a brace for the hosts while Matthew Williams, Luke Winters and Kristin Williams also found the Kington net.

Westfields Reserves also saw their title hopes suffer a similar fate in a 2-1 defeat over city rivals Hinton.

Elliot Body and Bradley Matthews both scored for the Broomy Hill side while Owen Bolton netted in reply.

Elsewhere, Connor Bufton scored twice as Shobdon ran out 4-2 winners over Bartestree with Ben Price and William Bowen also scoring.

Division One title hopefuls Ross Juniors and Tenbury United had to share the spoils.

A James Reid goal had put Ross into a first half lead only for the visitors to come storming back in the second period.

That result allowed Hinton Reserves to gain points in the title race following a 4-1 win at Dore Valley.

Ben Sheffield scored a brace while Marlon Ransome and Alex Jackson also found the net.