A LAST gasp Cawley Cox goal sent Hereford Pegasus to their fourth win in their last six matches and up to seventh in the Hellenic Premier.

Pegasus welcomed a Worcester Raiders side to Old School Lane who had ran Fields close on Saturday in a 2-2 draw.

However, Peggy got off to the perfect start taking a third minute lead with a corner whipped into the box finding Curtis Townley to fire home.

Raiders came charging back and goalkeeper Matt Gwynne had to make a fine double save to keep his side ahead at the break.

Worcester had an unbeaten league record coming into the game and equalised on 68 minutes with Issac Cooper netting with his shot from outside the box.

However, they were level for just one minute as Pegasus went straight up the other end with Carlos Moreira finding Luke Griffiths who rifled home from range.

Raiders were in a determined mindset and again equalised with Richard Smith finding the net from a corner.

Just as the game looked to be over Cox fired home the winner.

It was the second league win inside a week for Hereford Pegasus who also ran out 2-1 winners at Fairford Town on Saturday.

Jamie Price opened the scoring on 13 minutes before Marshal Hopkins secured the points with a second goal on 66 minutes.

At the other end Fairford netting a consolation goal with Ashley Lear scoring into his own net, but Pegasus ran out winners.

Also on Tuesday night Hereford Lads Club had the tough task of visiting a Malvern Town side flying high in the league.

However, Danny Moon’s side sensed an upset when Brandon Jennings scored his first goal for the club from the penalty spot.

Will Loughman, Jamie Cuthbertson and Rob Whitlock all had chances to increase their lead before Malvern came storming back scoring twice inside the last 25 minutes to win 2-1.