LEDBURY Town were denied a place in Herefordshire FA Charity Bowl cup final after two extra-time Clee Hill penalties.

Premier Division reigning champions Clee struck on the seventh minute when Craig Shorter nodded home from a corner.

Ledbury restored the stalemate on the 23rdminute when a cleverly-taken free kick from captain Curt Williams was nodded on for Tom Skittery to level.

After pushing for a second half winner Clee eventually took the lead again with 15 minutes remaining through a direct Liam Whitbread strike.

Just when it seemed the game was all but over a 84th minute corner was nodded back into the box for Skittery to head home another equaliser.

Despite Ledbury's efforts Craig Breakwell struck twice from the spot, despite the second penalty being retaken on account of players entering the box.

The other semi-final saw Hereford Pegasus Reserves take a more comfortable 4-1 victory over Ludlow Town Junior Colts.

Harvey Evans scored a brace in the Old School Lane semi-final while further goals came courtesy of Lewis Clarke and Jordan Williamson.

Pegasus will meet Clee Hill in the Charity Bowl final on May 29 at the HFA County Ground.

The Herefordshire FA finals will start on Tuesday, May 18 with the Giantkillers Cup at Edgar Street.

The following day (May 19) the Women's County Cup final will take place between Hereford Pegasus Ladies and Bartestree.

Pegasus booked their spot in the final after a 7-0 win over Belmont Wanderers in Sunday's semi-final.

Emily Morgan scored four while further goals came from Sarah Bishop, Rachel Welling and Larni Williams.

In the other semi-final Bartestree Ladies saw off Ledbury Swifts Ladies 6-1.

Edgar Street will also host the County Challenge Cup final on Thursday, May 20, with Westfields meeting Hereford Lads Club.

Meanwhile, the Youth Cup final will take place at the County Ground on Tuesday, May 25.

Westfields Youth under-17 Juniors secured their Youth Cup final spot by beating a fellow Westfields side 3-1 in the semi-final.

They will meet Fownhope under-17s who beat Hereford Pegasus Youth 5-0 at Old School Lane.

The Junior Cup final is provisionally scheduled for Saturday, May 29 at the County Ground.

The semi-finals take place this weekend with Ludlow Town Junior Colts Reserves meeting Tenbury United and Fownhope host Tenbury Town.