WESTFIELDS produced one of their best home performances of the season by thumping Boldmere St Michaels 4-1 in their Midland Football League clash at allpay.park

Fields secured revenge for a 2-1 reverse at the hands of the visitors earlier in the month and gave Westfields their eighth league success ahead of an important run of fixtures in March.

The city side started well and took an early lead when Ben Miller and Aidan Thomas worked well on the left to create a chance for Jamie Cuss who darted in to give Westfields the lead.

Fields were strong down the flanks with Miller and James Baldwin both doing well. The second goal came when Cuss turned provider by setting up Aidan Thomas with a superb pass to allow Thomas to slot home.

After the interval, Boldmere came more into the game and Matt Gwynne produced a tremendous save with his legs before the visitors pulled a goal back in the 58th minute with a Charlie Morris shot which lobbed Gwynne.

Boldmere went all out for an equaliser and Phil Glover twice headed away menacing crosses before the Westfields central defender moved forward and, from a Miller corner in the 78th minute, Glover rose above the Boldmere defence to head Westfields into a 3-1 lead.

The visitors then had a shout for handball turned down before Gwynne again saved well from Kieron Clark before Westfields made the points safe four minutes from time when Thomas capped a fine game to score a fourth Westfields goal with a superb individual effort when he went past three defenders before tapping the ball home.