NOTHING could separate city rivals Westfields and Hereford Pegasus as they played out a 1-1 draw in their Hellenic Premier clash.

Fields came into the match in a buoyant mood following three consecutive league wins.

However, Pegasus sit three points above their city rivals as both occupy mid-table league positions.

The sides needed little introduction with eight former Westfields players in the hosts’ starting line-up.

Both sides started brightly but it was Westfields who broke the deadlock in the 16th minute when winger Harrison Summers was tripped inside the Peggy penalty area.

Marksman Ollie Barnes stepped up for the resulting penalty and sent Matt Gwynne in the Pegasus goal the wrong direction to put his side ahead.

The hosts came back into the match and James Baldwin flashed a ball across the Fields box but evaded his team-mates.

A quick breakaway from Cawley Cox then resulted in Carlos Morara forcing goalkeeper Kieron Blackburn into a smart stop.

However, in first half stoppage time Pegasus drew level when their visitors failed to clear the ball from a crowded goalmouth and striker Corley Cox pounced to fire home the equaliser.

After the break the game swung from end to end and Matt Gwynne was the busier of the the keepers as deference’s were on top.

The Pegauss shot stopper was beaten in the 83 minute when Tom Stokes saw his shot hit the Pegasus post and then five minutes later Mason Godsell rattled the Pegasus cross bar from 20 yards out.

In front of over 300 spectators Fields sensed a winner and when Luke Furkin let fly from the edge of the box Gwynne reacted well with a fine save as the side shared the points.

Hereford Pegasus were back in action on a wet Tuesday night when they travelled to Slimbridge AFC.

Pegasus found themselves two goals down inside the opening seven minutes, but the game was abandoned on 26 minutes due to a waterlogged pitch.

Hereford Lads Club welcome mid-table side Worcester Raiders to the County Ground on Saturday.

Hereford loanee Shay Sterry was forced to make a fine stop with 10 minutes on the clock to deny Harry Stratford.

However, there was little to separate the side who went into half-time level after an even half.

Sterry was forced back into action early before Jordan Murphy fired the visitors ahead on 65 minutes.

Five minutes from time Raiders sealed the victory after Jade Ferron beat his marker before firing home.

Lads Club travelled to Tuffley Rovers on Tuesday night for another league encounter on a wet evening.

Levi Ellis fired wide early on for the visitors before Arwyn Walby saw his effort saved by the goalkeeper.

Tuffley then score three first half goals without answer before Sam Griffiths rattled the post. The game was abandoned at half-time due to a waterlogged pitch.