TEAMS across Herefordshire have been celebrating trophy success this week.

Ashley Lear struck twice at Hereford Pegasus Reserves clinched the Herefordshire FA Charity Bowl with a 2-1 victory over newly crowned league champions Clee Hill.

Meanwhile, in the Herefordshire County League Division One, Hereford Lads Club Reserves sealed the coveted trophy with a 5-1 win over Tenbury United in their final match.

Meanwhile, Division Two was won by Lower Teme & Martley United who were unbeaten in their 13 league games.

Westfields Women took honours in the shortened Midwest Counties Female Football League.

The division, which started after the latest restrictions were lifted, saw each side play each other once and Westfields won all six matches.

The finished the season in style with a 7-0 victory over Inkberrow Eagles Ladies.

Katie Young was on fire for Fields scoring four goals as they ran riot.

Meanwhile, Amy Riggs scored a brace and Megan Holman scored the other.

Hereford Pegasus Ladies still have one game remaining but sit in second six points behind their rivals.

They beat Droitwich Spa Belles 2-0 on Sunday despite playing over 80 minutes with nine players due to injuries.

Tupsley Ladies made history by winning the HFA Women's Development League for the first time in their history.

They required a single point from their final game against Leominster Town and won 4-0.