Table-topping Woofferton seal 2-1 win over Ewyas Harold Reserves in Herefordshire League Division One (From Ludlow Advertiser)
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Table-topping Woofferton Football Club seal 2-1 win over Ewyas Harold Reserves in Herefordshire League Division One
GOALS from Dave Humphreys and Danny Gower led table-topping Woofferton to a 2-1 home win over Ewyas Harold Reserves in Herefordshire League Division One.
Dave Thomas made a last-gasp goal-line clearance which earned a pat on the back from goalkeeper Wayne Roberts.
Humphreys levelled the game with a stunning strike and Gower hit the winner with five minutes remaining.
Despite fine displays from Tom Everall and Tom Worrallo, Brimfield FC suffered a 2-1 defeat at title challengers Holme Lacy.
Brimfield lost captain Craig Mor ris through injury after Jake Collett’s 35-yard strike had levelled the match at 1-1.
Leintwardine Colts had a blank weekend in Division Three after Relentless withdrew from the league. Dan Jara and Glenn Gittens scored for Tenbury Colts in a 6-2 home defeat against Ross Juniors Reserves.
Stand-in goalkeeper Craig Shorter was red-carded and skipper Nick Wilding was taken off injured in Clee Hill United’s 2-2 draw against Rock Rovers in the Mercian League Division One.
Steve Preece bagged a brace for Hill, who led twice in the match but ended with nine men on the pitch. Rock also had a man sent-off.
Scott Jordan finished in goal and pulled off a superb save but he was beaten in the dying minutes.
“The referee had a poor spell and Craig was unlucky to be sent off for arguing a decision,” said Hill boss Wayne Whitbread. “I only called Craig at 11.30am on Saturday to help out and he got sent off.”
Paul Smith scored from the penalty-spot and Jack Davies also netted in Church Stretton’s 2-1 home win over Ketley Bank in the Premier Division.
Mark Boucker, Alex Lombardi and Toby Gittens netted in Tenbury Athletic’s 3-1 win over Widemarsh in the Herefordshire Sunday League.
Kieran Mulloch and Niall Thomas scored for Norbury in a 5-2 home loss against Instones.