WESTFIELDS romped into the final of the HFA County Senior Challenge Cup last night when they hammered Hereford Premier Division side Kingstone Rovers 11-0 at Allpay Park.

Westfields, who had beaten Hereford FC and Wellington to reach the semi-final stages, were in no mood for a cup upset and raced into a 4-0 interval lead,

Ben Miller scored a brace in the first half while marksman John Mills also netted.

Before the break Kane Kahaki scored a controversial penalty after Nick Panniers was judged to have fouled inside the box.

After the interval the goals flowed in at an alarming pace as Aidan Thomas scored a hat-trick, Ollie Butler weighed in with two more and Mills also netted.

A spirited Kingstone side tried to respond with Matt Matturi and John Richards both probing.

Matturi went close when his effort took a deflection after Paul Jenkins’ free kick was flicked on into the box.

Substitute Romeo Yao Fabrice added an 11th for Fields in controversial circumstances which saw Panniers sent off for protesting.

Westfields will now meet Pegasus Juniors in the final on Tuesday, April 30, at Edgar Street.

Westfields now look forward to Saturday’s home Midland Football League game against Long Eaton United in a bid to end a barren run which has seen them only take two wins from their last 10 Midland Football League games.