This past weekend saw a big match up in the ZZOOMM Herefordshire Football League Premier Division as 3rd placed Sporting Club Inkberrow hosted 2nd placed Hereford Pegasus Reserves.

The home side have catch up to play in the League with 4 matches in had over league leader Ledbury Town but a 1-0 win over their second place rivals will help give them the edge to continue their title challenge for the remainder of the season.

In an eagerly anticipated match, which was always going to help the winning team push for the title whichever way the result went, unsurprisingly got a little nervy with neither side wanting to give anything away.

The match became scrappy with little in the way of quality or chances but the one and only all important goal came the way of SC Inkberrow and forward Sam White to help keep the Worcestershire based team on target with reach of first place.

Meanwhile across the other side of the County there was another big match which was close to call.

In form Tenbury United hosted promotion chasing Ledbury Town, who were looking to bounce back from last weeks defeat and get their promotion push back on track.

Despite Tenbury’s league position of 10th the away side knew that the fixture wouldn’t be easy with their opponents seeing a vast improvement in form since the turn of the year, winning six in a row, and it definitely turned out to be the close exciting match that was expected.

Although going 2-0 down and Ledbury showing their abilities Tenbury’s Ryan Morris managed to score late on and keep the contest alive before the Referee blew time on the game.

Elsewhere in the Premier Division Kington Town continued to show signs they can be a force to be reckoned with as they thumbed Westfields Development 7-0.

New signing Jack Gittoes scored on his return to the club however it was Matthew Watkins who stole the headlines with a well taken hat-trick. Ludlow Town Colts won 3-0 to continue their impressive season beating Wellington Rangers after their sort journey up the A49.

In the historic Ross Cup Lads Club Reserves will face Wellington Colts in this seasons Easter Monday Cup Final. Two teams that are having great League seasons will be sure to make a competitive enjoyable show after victories in the semi-finals.

Lads Club Res comfortably overcome Dore Valley, with Jack Harding & Richard Nesbitt both bagging a brace along the way to a 7-0 win, while HFL Division Two side Wellington Colts had a tightly fought match which saw them, not for the first time this season, beat higher graded Shobdon FC 2-1.

Link to the League Tables/Results/Fixtures:

Herefordshire Football League Results:


Clee Hill United P-P Coppertops 

Kington Town 7-0 Westfields Development

Ludlow Town Colts 3-0 Wellington Rangers

SC Inkberrow 1-0 Pegasus Res

Tenbury United 1-2 Ledbury Town

Welland 3-2 Holme Lacy

Worcester United 5-0 Gloucester City U21s


Ewyas Harold H-W Kington Town Res

Hinton Res 1-0 Holme Lacy Res

Ledbury Town Res 1-1 Pegasus Colts


Lads Club Colts 5-0 Civil Service

Leominster Town 7-0 The Broadleys


Wellington Colts 2-1 Shobdon

Lads Club Res 7-0 Dore Valley