HEREFORD Pegasus came out on the wrong end of a 4-3 defeat at Bradford Town after the hosts scored a late penalty.

Pegasus made their first ever visit to Bradford Town for a uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division fixture played in difficult conditions.

The visitors cruised into a three-goal lead inside the opening 25 minutes with goals from Curtis Townley and a brace from Cawley Cox.

The visitors could have added two or three more goals and would later regret not taking their opportunities.

The hosts reduced the deficit on the 31st minute mark through Seth Wain which jolted them into action.

Wain scored his second of the afternoon inside the first minute of the second half giving Town a renewed belief that they could get back into the match.

Bevan Cross levelled for the hosts inside the hour and then Town secured the three points from a dubious penalty in stoppage time slotted home by Jasper Jones.

Elsewhere in the Hellenic Premier Hereford Lads Club were held to a goal-less draw at home fellow mid-table side Wantage Town.

The hosts were dealt a blow early in the game when influential forward Adam Hockey had to be replaced by Levi Ellis.

Lads Club pushed for the opening goal firing wide in the first half before James Hanocks was denied by the goalkeeper after the break.

As the game progressed Danny Moon’s side were guilty of not taking their chances as the game ended goal-less leaving Lads Club in 11th tied on points with 10th placed Wantage.