WESTFIELDS Reserves thrashed Leominster Town 5-0 away from home in the HFA County League Premier Division.

Ashley Nelder, Zac Sirrell, Ollie Smith, Will Tolley and Jamie Wilding were all on target for Westfields, with the win taking them up to fifth place in the division.

Holme Lacy are the pacesetters though, with their latest win coming against Orleton Colts.

Ryan Rowlett and Justin Halfpenny scored in a 2-0 win.

Ewyas Harold are second following a comfortable 4-0 win over Ledbury Town.

Michael Docherty, Ryan James, Luke Price and Richard Sevenoaks scored their goals.

Reigning champions Hinton have kicked on following a slow start, with Lewis Davies' goal enough to beat Pegasus Reserves.

At the foot of the division, Hereford Lads Club Reserves are still searching for their first point.

Last Saturday, they lost 2-1 to Malvern Town Under-21s.

Kington Town Reserves, meanwhile, drew 1-1 at Tenbury United, while last Thursday, Wellington Reserves thrashed Tenbury Town 7-3.

Kingstone Rovers have started the Division One season in great form following their promotion.

The villagers have won all of their four games, with the latest win being a 1-0 home win over Wellington Colts.

James Pritchard scored the winning goal.

Hinton Reserves also have a 100% record after two goals from Jake Mecke saw them beat Fownhope Reserves 4-1.

Holme Lacy Reserves are in third after beating Ledbury Town Reserves 4-1, while Woofferton beat rivals Ludlow Town Colts 4-2 thanks to a Luke Pugh hat-trick.

There were also wins for Hereford City and Weston-under-Penyard, who beat Orleton Colts Reserves and Ewyas Harold Reserves respectively.

Credenhill lead the way in Division Two after goals from Owen Jenkins, Martin Rivett and David Wall saw them beat Bartestree Reserves 3-2.

However, Belmont Wanderers are the only side to have a 100% record.

The Hereford side have won three out of three, with their latest win being a 4-0 success against Dore Valley.

Elsewhere, Ross Juniors drew 1-1 with Civil Service.

There were two matches in the Sunday League, Roebuck beating Burghill 1-0 and Hereford City seeing off Hay St Mary's 6-4.