WESTFIELDS manager Sean Edwards says he doesn't mind that his side face another long trip in the FA Vase.

Edwards' team have been drawn against South West Peninsula leaders Plymouth Parkway in the third round.

It is the second successive Devon based team that Westfields will have faced in the competition after the city side beat Willand Rovers 2-1 away last Saturday.

"I don't mind the travelling and at least the traffic seem to flow better going south than north," said Edwards.

"It's nice to go to different grounds and it's always a good journey back if you win."

Second half goals from Richard Greaves and Craig Jones won the game on Saturday after Craig Veal had opened the scoring for Willand.

"It was probably a tougher game than I anticipated," added Edwards.

"We didn't play particularly well, but we managed to win it ugly.

"We want to play football, but at times you have to knuckle down and play ugly and we managed to grind it out."

The opening 45 minutes saw chances for both sides, including a Greaves effort that was brilliantly saved.

Willand then snatched the lead on the half hour mark thanks to a good strike from Veal.

Westfields brought on Sam Gwynne and Aidan Thomas after the break, which made a big difference.

Greaves levelled the game after capitalising on a parried Jones shot before Jones put his side ahead in the 60th minute.

Keiron Blackburn then had to make two wonder saves to keep Willand at bay, while Matt Sysum had to clear the ball off the line.

Willand tried desperately to level the game, but Westfields held on.

The win came on the back of a dramatic fightback against Haughmond in the Midland Football League Premier Division.

The Shropshire side were 3-1 up with 25 minutes remaining, but goals from Mark Magee, Ben Miller and Jamie Molyneux won the game for Westfields.

This weekend, Westfields travel to South Normanton Athletic before an another away trip, this time at Shepshed Dynamo, awaits next Tuesday.