AARON Morris admits a ‘Tenbury treble’ is on but admits his side will have to play well to achieve it.

Morris’ Tenbury United beat local rivals Tenbury Town 3-2 to reach the semi-finals of the Worcestershire Minor Cup last weekend.

They face Hereford Lads Club Reserves in the quarter-final of the Herefordshire FA Junior Cup on Saturday.

And United are two points adrift of leaders Lads Club in the Herefordshire League Division One with four matches remaining – but have a game in hand.

That means United could lift three trophies.

However, Morris is aware of the dangers ahead, he said: “We have AFC Bromsgrove in the Worcestershire Cup semi-finals and we know nothing about them.

“Then we have Lads Club in the other cup which will be difficult because they are top of our league at the moment – but if we win our game in hand it would take us above them.

“We know we have a potential treble on this year which would be nice but we don’t want to get carried away.

“We are in a good position in the league – as long as we don’t lose to Lads Club when we play them, we are in the driving seat.

“But we have Tenbury Town in our last game of the season and Ross away, which are not easy games, so we will see.”

Elsewhere in the Herefordshire League, Clee Hill United won 3-0 at Ewyas Harold to take top spot in the shortened Premier League top half table.

Ludlow Town Colts came from 3-0 down at half-time to claim a point in a 3-3 draw at home to Holme Lacy thanks to Jabez Smith, Sam Thomas and Rhys Lewis’ stoppage-time equaliser.

In the Salop Leisure League’s new ‘Champions League’ group format, Ludlow FC made it two wins out of three with a 5-0 win over Shifnal Town Development.

However, their opening-game defeat to Newport means they are likely to need to win their final two games to qualify for the semi-finals.

Boss Chris Waldron said: “We will probably have to go to Steam Wagon and win on the last game which will be difficult because we have played them twice this season and lost.

“But we have Albrighton away first but we have to make sure we win that.”

l In cricket Bishops Castle were dismissed for 99 in reply to Bridgnorth thirds’ 180-8.

In the Worcestershire League, skipper Ed Kemp’s half century helped Cleobury Mortimer to a six-wicket victory over Kidderminster fourths in Division Seven.

Batting first, Kidderminster posted 193-7. In reply, Mortimer cruised to their target as Kemp hit 59.