WORCESTER City top the Midland Floodlit Youth League Southern Premier Division after a 3-2 win over Hereford FC.

The under 18s side recovered from an early goal to go ahead thanks to Harry Fletcher and Tom Mills before the visitors levelled by the break.

Mills notched a second just after the interval and despite pressure in the final 10 minutes City held firm.

Rugby Borough lost so are now three points behind the new leaders with two games in hand.

City Youth's under 10s impressed against Stoke RTC while the under 13s, despite losing both keepers, won 5-2 at Hereford through Haydn Parkes (2), Sam Sheen (2) and Hayden Pegg.

City's women collected their third win of the season as a Beth Millward brace and Lauren D’oyen-Fitchett strike gave them a 3-1 victory over Knowle.

The under 15s and 14s both led against Hereford before losing 3-1 with Eden Goodwin and Guy Collett the respective scorers.

With only 12 players on duty a depleted City reserves lost 4-1 to Feckenham in the Worcestershire FA Saturday Junior Cup semi-finals.

City tested their higher-ranked opponents, particularly early in the second half when Matt Ennis made it 2-1 before they were eliminated by two breakaway goals.

Connor Perry-Holmes bagged a hat-trick for Feckenham with Daniel Murphy also on target.

Errors in the first 20 minutes of their JPL Cup quarter-final at Woking proved costly for City's under 16s.

They controlled much of the game after that and scored through Scott Wheeler and Jack Hobbs but bowed out 3-2.

In the Midland Football League, the under 21s were goalless at half-time against title-chasing Halesowen Town.

The visitors struck twice after the break and although Cam Monteith headed in a Tristan Webby free-kick Town scored two more to run out 4-1 victors.

With the pitches at Perdiswell still waterlogged the only other team in action were City’s under sevens.

They switched from grass to an artificial pitch at St John’s Sports Centre to play Leigh and Bransford Badgers Deportivo.

Meanwhile, Droitwich Spa BG lost 4-2 at home to Lichfield City in the Midland League Under 21 West Division.

Leo Milan’s 77th-minute winner eventually secured Malvern Vale a 5-4 home win over lowly AFC Renegades in Cheltenham League Division One.

Ameer Khan (2), Matt Strangwood and Ryan Knowles gave Vale a four-goal lead before they made several half-time changes.

Renegades launched a stunning fightback to make it 4-4 but Vale’s pressure paid off with Milan hammering home a loose ball following a corner.

Kempsey Corinthians won 3-0 at Tewkesbury Athletic in Division Four with Neville Campbell (2) and Jonathan Lee scoring.

Hanley Swan crashed out of the Senior Charity Cup third round with a 5-1 loss at lower-ranked Fintan as Aston Gunter pulled a goal back.

Worcester City Royals progressed with a 2-1 win at Leckhampton Rovers thanks to Ben Goode and Euan Morris.

Welland Reserves went through 9-8 after a dramatic penalty shootout against Shurdington Rovers following a 1-1 draw.

Joseph Rowland netted for Welland.