WOOFFERTON continued to keep the pressure on Herefordshire League Division One leaders Kingstone Rovers thanks to an excellent 4-0 victory over Hereford City.

Top scorer Dan Gower returned to the side, setting up one goal and scoring two of the others.

Brothers Luke and Andy Pugh linked up well as strikers with Luke bagging the other two for the Blues.

Simon Bradley returned from injury to impress as a second half substitute but it was winger Cameron Fanning who was named man-of-the-match for his display on the left flank.

Woofferton manager Malcolm Barnard said: “In central midfield we had Jack Pound and Tom Ballard harassing the opposition players as soon as they had the ball. "It was great to see and gave other players encouragement just by seeing that commitment.”

The majority of the games in the Herefordshire League were postponed due to waterlogged pitches, but Woofferton’s Division One neighbours Orleton Colts Reserves were in action, going down 3-1 at home to Wellington Colts, Connor Davies-Austin with what proved a consolation strike.

Woofferton travel to Weston-under-Penyard this Saturday, while Orleton Colts Reserves go to Kingstone.

Ludlow Town Colts are also in action at Holme Lacy Reserves.

In the Premier Division, Orleton Colts are at home to Kington Town Reserves.

There were plenty of goals in the Herefordshire Sunday League where Roebuck romped to a 10-2 win at Cosmos.

Ben Apperley led the way with a hat-trick, while Corey Whitticase and Michael Shillcock scored two apiece.