WESTFIELDS head into this weekend's FA Cup tie at Romulus in sparkling form having won two league games in three days.

Fields got their season off to a dream start on Saturday with a 1-0 victory despite a 250 mile round journey to South Normanton.

Played in blistering heat from start to finish Westfields worked hard and won the game thanks to a 34th minute goal when a Craig Jones shot was parried by the home goalkeeper into the path of Mark Magee who made no mistake from six yards out.

Just before the interval Westfields had a great chance to double their lead when Keanu Cooper saw his first goal-bound effort saved by the goalkeeper and then the follow-up shot struck the shot stoppers legs and the ball scrambled clear.

After the break South Normanton came more into the game but Paul Hurrell, on his Westfields debut, gave an outstanding display alongside Sam Plane and the Westfields defence held firm.

With their mid-week home matches now played on Monday night Andy Bevan's side were in action again against Walsall Wood.

Fields were without captain Kane Kahaki and striker Jamie Molyneux, who both failed late fitness tests, before winger Aidan Thomas pulled up with a hamstring injury after 30 minutes.

After a goal-less first half the visitors almost snatched the lead when a long range effort from Dean Rathbone struck the crossbar.

With the game looking certain to be ending goalless Bevan's side produced a piece of magic when good combination from Carlos Moreira and Craig Jones put Ben Hayes free on the left hand side and he cut in and unleashed a thunderous shot from outside the penalty area which flew into the top corner to give them victory.