TENBURY United manager Aaron Morris said there was a win coming from his luckless Herefordshire County League Premier Division side – and it finally arrived at the weekend.

It took ten league fixtures – almost half the league campaign – but mid-table visitors Hinton paid the price as United triumphed 4-2, coming back from two goals down after 15 minutes, with a brace from Toby Gittens bookending a Mark Boucker double.

“There was a big weight lifted off my shoulders at the final whistle,” said Morris.

Victory takes United to six points, three points clear of town rivals Tenbury Town and within another victory of third-from bottom Kington Town, who benefit from a game in hand on their fellow strugglers but whose goal difference is 12 worse.

United face a tough assignment in keeping the run going on Saturday however, as they are due to host fourth-placed Westfields Reserves.

With Morris unable to take charge of the team, former joint manager Nick Stocker is expected to step back into the breach.