LEDBURY Town were not fazed by the freezing temperatures at Shobdon as they cruised into the semi-finals of the Herefordshire FA Charity Bowl after a staggering 11-2 win.

Ben Miller scored four of the 11, whilst twenty-year-old George Walker also found his groove in front of goal, notching his first senior hat-trick.

Tom Trigg, James Febery, Scott Roberts and Sam Branch also helped themselves to goals during what was an incredibly clinical display by Ian Merrick's men.

Trigg opened the scoring quarter of an hour in, before the visitors’ man of the match Miller scored his first of the afternoon.

Febery and Roberts also found the target before the break.

Despite Shobdon managing to rob Town of a clean sheet again through Alfie Hurley and Timothy Stanley, Ledbury would not be put off.

The second-half was a precession of goals as Miller added three more to his tally, whist a couple of penalties from Walker helped him argue his case for the match ball.

Branch completed the scoring for the away side, much to the delight of those who had travelled to support the team.

Town will now face either current league leaders Hartpury University or former league champions Clee Hill United in the semi-final.

Merrick's men slipped back into second in the Herefordshire FA County League Premier Division table after Hartpury University's 2-0 win last weekend.

Ledbury travel to Wellington this coming weekend as they look to regain top spot and kick-off is at 3pm.