LADS Club have the biggest cup game in the club's history and a chance to ease their financial strain this weekend.

They welcome Paget Rangers to Widemarsh Common on Saturday (3pm) in the first round of the Buildbase FA Vase with the winner taking home £825 and the loser getting £275.

Manager Danny Moon says that it's a big opportunity to earn some vital funds for the club.

"It's a big day as the club have never been this far in the competition and hopefully if we push on again and we can play anyone from around the country in the next round," said Moon.

"A win would pretty much pay for the rest of the season for us, that's how important it is. At the moment we are still surviving month to month so we also rely on having a decent crowd at home games.

"Fingers crossed we will get people in as it's children for £1. We dare to dream but we could go a long way in it."

Meanwhile Wellington are also in the competition and travel to Midlands Premier side Romulus on Saturday.

Their manager Gary Stevens thinks the financial reward should be higher.

He added: "It would have been better if it was at home to play on grass rather than astroturf, but it is almost like that playing on our pitch as it's such good quality.

"We are looking to just go and win a game but it's money for the club which hopefully we can get. It's good for the clubs but the FA could up it a little bit with the money they take in from the Premier League, it doesn't filter down far enough to grass routes football."

Meanwhile Westfields are in league action this weekend against AFC Wulfrunians.

They were held to a 2-2 draw against Dunkirk after they scored a late last-ditch equaliser.

It was the visitors who took a first half lead through Romello Nangle before Sam Rawlings crashed home the leveller. Two minutes later Jamie Molyneux thought he had netted the winner until Anthony Wright headed a late equaliser.