LEDBURY Town returned to the top of the Herefordshire FA County League Premier Division this week with a stellar comeback against top league goalscorers Hereford Pegasus Reserves, going on to win 3-2 despite being two goals down.

Owen Bolton lobbed Ledbury keeper Joshua Worrell to break the deadlock in the 55th minute.

Tom Dixon finished a cross at the far post, only for their lead to be short-lived when one of their defenders inadvertently knocked a cross past keeper Tom Boyle into his own net.

Scott Roberts and Alistair Holder completed the comeback, seeing Town return to the top of the league ahead of Hartpury University, despite the latter having four games in hand.

Elsewhere in the Premier, Ewyas Harold defeated Wellington Rangers by the same scoreline, 3-2, at the Recreation Ground, despite Matthew Maturi bagging twice for the visitors.

Holme Lacy dispatched Shobdon 7-2 with a remarkable display of goal scoring from Ryan Rowlett.

He bagged four, with Dan Bufton, Wayne Hoskins and Ieuan Woodcock also scoring for the rampant visitors. Ben Pound and Robert Williams scored in consolation.

They sit at the foot of the table, with Holme Lacy just above them.

In Division One, Ross Juniors continued their perfect start to the campaign with a second-half goal glut against Kington Reserves.

After going in at half-time leading by three goals to two, the away side came out firing, scoring four more unanswered to walk away 7-2 winners. Mike Donaldson bagged a brace, with Geraint Williams, Paul Wooding, Niall Powell, Joseph Thomas and Florin Crainic scoring Ross’ other five.

Hinton continued the successful away trend by beating Bartestree 5-1 at the Bartestree & Lugwardine Playing Fields. Jake Mecke scored twice for them.

Division Two saw three fixtures, the highlight of which coming at Ross Sports Centre, where the hosts’ reserves lost 10-6 to Lads Club Colts.

Aaron Brooks-Thornett and Bradley Wooding both scored hattricks for Ross, but Thomas Burton (3), Joe Manns (3), Andy Abbott (2), Hubert Dejnowiec and Jay Oliver provided too much firepower for the Colts.

Ewyas Harold Reserves and Ledbury Swifts also picked up away victories, with the former top of the league.