TENBURY United joint boss Aaron Morris admits he already has one eye on late January’s title six-pointer with Ross Juniors after guiding his side back to the summit of Herefordshire Division One.

United kicked off the new year with a 5-2 win over Ledbury Town Reserves to reclaim top spot from Ross as Dan Osborne, Chris Patton, Ryan Morris, James Dovey and Dan Gittens all found the net.

Morris said: “It makes that game on January 25 quite important but, having said that, it’s an interesting league where anyone can take points off anyone, as we’ve already seen.

“It was pleasing for us to get a result on Saturday because it was the first game we had played in six weeks. The fitness levels aren’t up where they should be but I think that’s the same for everyone.”

Tenbury Town, meanwhile, remain seventh, but with games in hand on all the sides above them, after a 2-2 draw at Hinton Reserves.

Alex Bright headed home a Dan Ridley corner to put Town ahead at the interval but Hinton turned things around to lead 2-1 before Alex Lombardi’s penalty, after a foul on Bright, made it 2-2.

Town thought they should have had another penalty late on as Bright again went down but they had to settle for a point.

Joint boss Keiran Fish said: “It was our first game for six or seven weeks and the boys put a hell of a shift in.”

Town host Holme Lacy Reserves this weekend missing several players including Fish and long-serving Henri Harvey-Smith, who has left to work in America.

Fish added: “He is one of those who has been around from the start and he will be a big miss."