ANDY PUGH scored four as Woofferton demolished poor Fownhope Reserves in the Herefordshire County League.

Woofferton dominated the Division One game from start to finish against the bottom side and picked up another three points.

As well as Pugh, Bryn Martin, Ash Smith, Walt Bradley, Dean Harding and Jack Pound also got on the scoresheet.

The closest Fownhope came to scoring was through a penalty in the second half but Woofferton keeper Dan Coleman dived brilliantly to his left to tip the spot kick wide.

“The lads played with focus and discipline, working together as a team,” said Woofferton boss Malcolm Barnard.

“Andy Pugh was immense up top. We rested Dan Gower as his back is still not right, so Andy did all the work holding the ball up and closing down defenders.”

Woofferton will go into this Saturday’s HFA Junior Cup tie at Ludlow Town Colts with plenty of confidence.

Barnard added: “Having Jack Pound back in midfield has made us more solid in the middle.

“We should also have Gower back so we’re looking forward to the game.”

In the Herefordshire County League Premier, Orleton Colts’ poor run of form continued with a 4-2 defeat at Malvern Town U21.

Shane Jennings and Nathan Hardisty scored for the Colts but it wasn’t enough to pick up their first win in eight games.

Division One side Orleton Colts Reserves came out on top in the HFA Junior Cup following a thriller at Kington Colts.

Connor Davies-Austin’s double and a Beck Schneid goal gave Orleton a 3-2 win after extra time.

Meanwhile, Roebuck Inn dropped to second in the Herefordshire County Sunday League after losing 3-1 at Bromyard Colts.