HINTON are out of the HFA County Challenge Cup after losing 4-2 to Tenbury United at the second round stage.

The city took the lead through Luke Semple, only for Tenbury to equalise through Mark Boucker.

The Worcestershire side then took the lead through another Boucker strike shortly into the second half, but Hinton made it 2-2 thanks to a screamer from Elliot Body.

But it was Tenbury who kicked on and they regained the lead through Mike Foster before Jordan Morris sealed the win.

Only two second round matches have been completed so far, with the games between Wellington and Ledbury Town and Lads Club and Bromyard Town taking place tomorrow.

HFA chief executive Jim Lambert confirmed the draw for the quarter-finals will be made at a committee meeting.

Meanwhile, Ewyas Harold have overtaken Holme Lacy at the top of the Premier Division after thrashing their opponents 5-0.

Ryan Davies, Ryan Losito, Joey Watkins, Will Lindesay and Richard Sevenoaks scored the goals.

Kington Town Reserves also had a fine win over Leominster Town.

A hat-trick from Daniel Stack and two goals from Ryan Newton helped them to a 9-0 win.

Joe Maygothling, Kyle Newton, Sam Goodman and Luke Griffiths were also on target.

Wellington Rangers were also in goalscoring form after a brace from Nick Britton saw them beat Orleton Colts 7-4.

Will Burley, Chris Bush, Ryan Daw, Glenn Segust and James Price were also on target, with Nathan Hardisty scoring all of Orleton's goals.

Elsewhere, Westfields Reserves beat Malvern Town Under-21s 4-1, Tenbury Town saw off Hereford Lads Club Reserves 3-2 and Fownhope drew 1-1 with Ledbury Town.

Kingstone Rovers still lead the way in Division One after a brace from James Pritchard helped them beat Ewyas Harold Reserves 4-0.

Kingstone now have a three point lead at the top of the division after previously unbeaten Hinton Reserves lost 2-1 to Woofferton.

There were also wins for Hereford City, Holme Lacy Reserves, Orleton Colts Reserves and Wellington Colts.

Belmont Wanderers have a two point lead at the top of Division Two after seeing off Shobdon 7-3, while Credenhill lost 3-2 at home to Ross Juniors.

Elsewhere, Bromyard Downs beat Kington Colts 6-3 and Dore Valley drew 1-1 with Bartestree Reserves.