Westfields 3 Leamington 2

TWO late Daniel Moon goals turned a game which looked to be heading for another defeat into a first win in the Midland Football Alliance in 10 games for Westfields. The vital three points lifts them off the bottom of the table to within three points of Cradley Town, and with a game in hand.

The first half gave little indication of a change in fortunes as they squandered chances in attack while conceding two goals to a lively Leamington side at the other end.

The visitors hit the front in the 13th minute through Jimmy Husband. The tricky winger cut inside full back Paul Price and unleashed a low shot from the edge of the box to beat Rory Hollingshead.

Derek Craddock forced the visitors' keeper to make a full length save and Paul Burton was just wide as the home side tried to get back on terms. Burton and Mark Davis each failed to get on to a couple of dangerous Craddock crosses and, when Leamington scored a second on the stroke of half time, it looked to be turning into an all too familiar afternoon for the Hereford-based side.

Mark Davis gave Westfields a lift when he reduced the deficit in the early stages of the second half. Confidence returned to the home side, further chances were created but went begging until the closing minutes.

Moon had already had one effort cleared off the line before levelling the score in the 89th minute. After a series of scrambles in the visitors' area, Moon headed home at the far post after Davis had flicked on a long throw-in from Jon Hill.

The winner was scored in added time. Hollingshead punted the ball into the Leamington half and the visiting keeper brought Davis down as the pair contested the ball. Moon tucked away the resulting penalty to complete the comeback.