WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover has warned his side that their season starts at home against Hereford Pegasus tonight.

Glover says that the Dennis Hartland Memorial Trophy tie, which they beat Pegasus in last season, means a lot to the club.

They follow that with Saturday's Herefordshire Senior Invitation Trophy match against a Cardiff City XI on Saturday (3pm ko), when Ryan Green is set to make his home debut.

Fields took a convincing 6-0 victory at home to Welsh League Division One side Monmouth Town on Tuesday with trialist Jaden Nepaul netting a hat-trick while Ben Hayes, Aidan Thomas and Ollie Prince also netted.

"In our eyes the pre-season games finished against Monmouth," said Glover.

"The Dennis Hartland cup is close to our hearts and we like to win that whenever we can.

"The Cardiff match is for the invitation cup which will be a tough match and then we are only one week away from the season.

"In our view pre-season is done and they are all competitive fixtures from now."

Westfields complete their friendlies on Tuesday (July 30) with a home match at allpay.park against Malvern Town (7.45pm ko).

The UHL Hellenic League programme begins on August 3 when they host Windsor and then three days later Fields entertain Longlevens on August 6.

"We have got a good start on paper but we are under no illusions, it's going to be tough," Glover added.

"Windsor are a tough side and Longlevens are going to be no pushovers, but I'm happy with the first fixtures."

Westfields have also added former Hereford midfielder Billy Murphy into their side for the coming season.

"Both of them (Murphy and Green) will have a really good impact," Glover added.

"Billy (Murphy) has got a little bit of an injury that we've got to manage so played 30 minutes against Monmouth.

"Ryan (Green) has played two matches and it's all about getting minutes into his legs."