WESTFIELDS are hoping to get their season off to a perfect with two home league matches.

Fields start their Hellenic League Premier campaign at home on Saturday against Windsor (3pm) and then host Longlevens AFC on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Manager Phil Glover said his side couldn't have asked for better fixtures to start their campaign.

"If we could have picked a perfect start we would have picked what we got," he said.

"We know the league will be tough and it will be a good test whoever we come up against.

"We go into every game to win the game to be honest."

Westfields have played three pre-season matches inside a week to conclude their preparations.

They started the week by hosting Hereford Pegasus in the Dennis Hartland Memorial Trophy on Thursday night.

Aidan Thomas put Fields ahead in the 10th minute only to see George Andrews equalise for the visitors when he intercepted a cross-field pass.

Westfields came storming back with Ben Hayes putting them ahead with a far-post effort and then Thomas put them into a comfortable 3-1 interval lead.

After the break both sides made changes but Westfields extended their lead in the 55th minute when Joe Bates slotted home a cross before Miles Miles Langford scored from the penalty spot late on.

On Saturday Westfields suffered a defeat on penalties in the HFA Senior Invitation Trophy Final following a 4-4 draw with a Cardiff City XI

Westfields twice led by a two-goal cushion at 3-1 and then 4-2 before the Cardiff side came back and forced a 4-4 draw at the end of 90 minutes and beat Westfields then in a penalty shoot-out by 7-6.

Finally on Tuesday night they faced a Malvern Town side, including former players Ben Miller, James Febery and Jay Saunston.

Craig Jones fired the hosts ahead before Richard Greaves doubled their lead before the break.

Several changes disrupted Fields and Harry Clark pulled a goal back before Hayes levelled.

"It (pre-season) has been very positive with seven games and some not bad results," added Glover.

"The new lads coming in have settled very well and as a manager and team we are all very happy with how it's gone.

"After last season we wanted to improve pre-season. We thought maybe last pre-season wasn't quite up to where we needed to be.

"We have sorted that out and had some competitive fixtures which has shown in our results as well.

"It's not about the results but about performances and they have all done very well."