HEREFORD Pegasus Ladies continued their goalscoring form by demolishing A49 rivals Ludlow Town 12-0 in the Midwest Counties Female Football League.

Roxana Dinescu scored four goals, whilst Emily Morgan, Elle Williams and Sarah Bishop bagged a brace each.

Olivia Jenkins and Eleanor Bishop scored the other two to complete the dozen.

The win sees Peggy climb to fourth, trailing leaders Worcester City Women by 16 points but with four games in hand. They’ve scored an incredible 97 goals this season.

Elsewhere for Pegasus, the men’s outfit scored six themselves as they beat Littleton at the KGD Stadium.

Kyle Panniers scored twice for Peggy, with the game littered with disciplinaries for the visitors.

It was a less successful weekend for the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier sides, who failed to pick up victory despite valiant efforts.

Hereford Lads Club came up short at The County Ground, falling 3-2 at the hands of Bradford Town. After taking the lead early through Tom Bendall, three unanswered goals put the game beyond doubt for the visitors. Kiea Cowley pulled back a late consolation.

Two divisions below, Kington Town have begun to turn around a poor spell of form after scoring four away at Newent Town Reserves in a dominant victory.

Matthew Gunthorpe, Jack Gittoes, Jake Robinson and Luke Winter scored each side of half-time to give them a boost having played at least two games more than the sides below. Sporting Club Inkberrow look like imminent champions in the Hellenic Division Two West.

In the County Leagues, Ledbury Town beat Holme Lacy 4-0 with Tom Boyle and James Febery both scoring twice. This elevates Ian Merrick’s side to second in the table, only trailing Hartpury who have a 100% record this season.

The University side took on Clee Hill away from league action this weekend, winning 5-1 in the County Cup semi-final.

They will now play Hereford in the final at Edgar Street and have Dion Ellis-Clark to thank after he scored a hattrick.

Elsewhere in the Premier, Ludlow Colts lost to Welland by a goal to nil thanks to Omar Elmougy, and Shobdon edged out Wellington 2-1 at the Aerodrome.

Fownhope lead Division One but saw their game against Holme Lacy postponed.

Worcester United are just two points behind with two games in hand after beating Tenbury United 5-1.

There were wins for Bartestree, Burghill Rangers in Division One.

Ewyas Harold Reserves are runaway leaders in Division Two and took an impressive 15th win from 16 matches.