HEREFORD Pegasus Ladies claimed a dramatic West Midlands Regional League First Division (South) win when they beat Bewdley Town 4-3.

Pegasus broke the deadlock in the 10th minute when Lauren Griffiths crossed into the path of Emily Lewis.

Despite Bewdley replying the Reds regained the lead after 21 minutes when captain Emily Morgan smashed home a free-kick.

The lead was doubled in the 43rd minute when Roxy Dinescu pounced on to a poor back-pass before turning the ball into an empty net.

Bewdley pulled a goal back before the break and then equalised on the 61st minute as they game looked to be heading for a draw.

However, Pegasus netted a stoppage time winner after Kaye Haggett delivered a cross for Lewis to net the winner.

The Zzoomm Herefordshire Football League saw a reduce fixture list after both Coppertops FC and Lads Club Reserves failed to maintain committed squads and withdrew from the Premier Division.

After a good win in mid-week Kington made the drive into Worcestershire with confidence to face New Dales Vales.

Despite taking a second half lead Kington failed to further their advantage which came back to haunt them as the home side found an equaliser to share the points.

A six-goal thriller was played out between Tenbury United and Westfields Development.

As the game ebbed and flowed both teams had their chances and Westfields had thought they had done enough until a late leveller from Tenbury’s Matt Kerby resulted in the teams have to settle for a point and keep their mid table positions.

Hereford Pegasus Development hosted Wellington on Friday night with the Tangerines travelling with a number of ex-Pegasus played in their line-up.

Despite a bright start to the game the young home side were unable to match the quality of a Wellington side with high hopes this season.

Wellington took a three-goal lead into half time thanks to goals from Sam Pearson, Wilf Munn and Freddie Fox.

 Zac Brimble made it four in the second half before Pegasus found a consolation and a Tom Dixon double rounded off a happy evening for those returning to their old stomping ground.

Wellington remain unbeaten at this early stage of the season, a point off table toppers Ledbury, while holding two games in hand.