WOOFFERTON maintained their title hopes with an impressive 6-2 victory over Weston-under-Penyard in Division One of the Herefordshire League.

And they were helped by Ludlow Town Colts who pulled off a surprise 3-1 win at home to previously unbeaten leaders Kingstone Rovers.

Dean Harding and Andy Pugh bagged two apiece with Will McNinch and Bryn Martin scoring the others.

Blues spokesman Dave Thomas said: “It was good to get back on the winning trail and there were some really good goals scored.

"There were two bullet headers from Will McNinch and Bryn Martin following quality crosses from captain Jak Lewis and Dean Harding’s 20-yard drive was really good.

"But Andy Pugh’s 30-yard effort was probably the pick of the bunch.”

Ludlow proved too hot to handle for the league leaders and goals from Josh Chaproniere, Dan Griffiths and substitute Charlie Gould secured an unlikely 3-1 win.

Elsewhere in the division, Orelton Colts Reserves came from behind to beat Ewyas Harold Reserves 6-2.

The home side went in at the break with a slender 2-1 lead but Colts upped their game for the second half to run out convincing winners.

Kieron Hiollis and Sam Thomas scored two goals apiece with Kyle Whitticase and Owen Pritchard making up the tally.

Woofferton take on Hereford City on Saturday while Ludlow Town Colts head to Ledbury Town Reserves and Orleton welcome Wellington Colts.

In the Premier Division, there were no games for Tenbury Town or Orelton Colts with the latter returning to action on Saturday when they visit Hinton.

In the Shropshire League Premier Division Cup, four goals from Craig Breakwell helped Clee Hill United to a 7-1 win at home to Madeley Sports.

Adam Warren bagged a brace and Josh Carpenter netted the other.

Craven Arms Town lost by the same scoreline against Oakengates Rangers Youth, Kelvin Sargeant with the consolation strike, while Brown Clee lost their Division One cup tie at Albrighton 3-1.