CLEE Hill United moved a step closer to a league and cup double with a thrilling extra-time win at Ledbury Town to reach the final of the Herefordshire FA Charity Bowl.

United can clinch the Premier Division in the shortened Herefordshire League format with one win from their final two games, starting at home to Hinton on Saturday.

They will face Hereford Pegasus Reserves in the Charity Bowl final on Saturday, May 29 at the County Ground thanks to a pair of Craig Breakwell penalties late in extra time at Ledbury.

Craig Shorter and Liam Whitbread twice put Clee Hill ahead during normal time but Tom Skittery levelled on each occasion for the hosts to take the game to an additional 30 minutes.

Ludlow Town Colts were beaten 4-1 by Pegasus in the other semi-final despite Kieron Hollis pulling them level at 1-1 after going behind early and keeper Regan Tonkinson making some fine saves.

Colts Reserves warmed up for Saturday’s Herefordshire Junior Cup semi-final against Tenbury United with a 4-2 Division One win at Kington as Scott Guilbert (2), Dan Crowther and Mark Jones struck.

Tenbury United’s Division One title hopes suffered a blow with a 2-0 defeat at rivals Ross Juniors, with four teams, including Tenbury Town, all still in the running to be crowned champions.