Brimfield Football Club seal 3-1 home win over Tenbury Town in HFA Burghill Cup (From Ludlow Advertiser)
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Brimfield Football Club seal 3-1 home win over Tenbury Town in HFA Burghill Cup
BRIMFIELD FC powered into the second round of the HFA Burghill Cup after a 3-1 home derby success again Tenbury Town.
Chris Breakwell, Jake Collett and James Byatt scored for Duncan Morris’ Brimfield. Chris Patton netted for Town after fine play from Matt Clif ford and Darren Prouse.
Shane Jennings and Mike Shilcock led Orleton Colts to a 2-0 success at Holme Lacy, while Orleton Colts Reserves crashed 4-1 at home to Dore Valley.
Leintwardine Colts are through to the second stage after being handed a home walk-over against Hinton Reserves.
Woofferton conceded a last-gasp goal but regained top spot in Division One of the Herefordshire League after a 2-2 draw at Ewyas Harold Reserves.
In-form Danny Gower scored twice for Woofferton to give the Blues a 2-0 first-half lead. Harold netted twice after the break to salvage a point.
“The lads are very disappointed to have conceded in injury-time,”
admitted Woof ferton’s Dave ‘Magnum’ Thomas.
Tenbury Colts crashed 6-1 at home to Shobdon Reserves in Division Three.
Braces from player-manager Andrew Green and Gaz Bromley fired Bishops Castle Town to a 6-1 win over Hopesgate United in Mercian League Division One.
Alex Jones and Dan Dawson also scored for Castle, who were inspired by man-of-the-match Luke Mellor.
“We battered them but we didn’t play very well against a very poor team,” said Green. “We’re doing well in the league but we can do better.”
Clee Hill United boss Wayne Whitbread said his side produced their best display of the season in a 2-2 draw against visiting Oswestry Villa.
Hill led twice in the match after a fine header from Liam Whitbread and Steve Preece’s closerange finish following a superb run from James Clifford.
But Adam Warren rattled the bar and had to leave the field with an ankle problem.
“We played some terrific football against the best team we have come across,” said Whitbread.
“But we are now sweating over the fitness of Warren.”
Ludlow Town Colts fought back from 2-1 down to record an impressive 6-2 win at Claverley in Division Two. Jason Mynett, Josh Partridge, Kieran Dovey, Aaron Dovey, Lee Smith and Jamie Broome scored for Colts.
Unbeaten Newcastle remain joint top of the Mid Wales League (South) after a thrilling 4-3 win against Talgarth Town Reserves.
Jimmy Thomas and Craig Morris put Newcastle 2-0 up but Talgarth hit back to lead 3-2.
Carl Price levelled and Talgarth then missed a penalty before Morris won it for Newcastle, who also hit the woodwork four times.
Norbury suffered a 5-0 home defeat against Old Post Office in Division One of the Shrewsbury and District Sunday League.
Kieran Mulloch, Mark Griffiths and Rhys Evans all had efforts for Norbury, who face The Three Fishes this weekend.
Will Caswell netted for The Roebuck in a 6-1 loss at Ledbury Allstars in the Herefordshire Sunday League and Tenbury Athletic crashed 6-0 at home to Hop Pole.
Lisa Preece bagged a hat-trick as Ludlow Ladies climbed to the top of the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Women’s League after a 5-0 success at Droitwich Spa. Kerrie Taylor also bagged a brace for Ludlow.