WESTFIELDS maintained their league form with six wins from eight league matches with a convincing 6-0 victory over Brimscombe & Thrupp.

The visitors are one of two teams to hold unbeaten Fields to a draw this season, but were heavily beaten on Tuesday night at Allpay Park.

The hosts set the tone in the ninth minute when Paul Hurrell fired home the opener.

Six minutes later Aidan Thomas rattled the post with his initial effort before firing home the rebound.

Kane Kahaki made it three after 28 minutes getting the right side of the goalkeeper to head a Craig Jones corner into an empty net.

Brimscombe looked to reply and Jack Smith forced Harvey Rivers into a smart save before heading wide when unmarked in front of goal.

Jonty Welch was next to test Fields and his cross come shot rattled the bar.

However, the tie was settled moments before the break when a goalkeeping error handed Cooper a fourth goal for his side.

Kahaki made it five in similar fashion to his first, challenging the goalkeeper before heading home and then Thomas made it 6-0 at the death.

"I'm pleased and that's two good wins now where we needed the win," said Westfields assistant manager Paul Willetts.

"They did a turn on us and we dropped some points at their place so we were keen to get the result today.

"I can't understand why they're at the bottom as they looked a decent footballing side.

"They looked very lively to start with so the goals gave us a bit of a head start and a cushion we needed to go on.

"We were at full strength and the lads who were on there really did well. I was really pleased with the finishing."

It was Westfields second clean sheet of the season thanks to goalkeeper Harvey Rivers who made a number of smart saves.

Willetts added: "I thought Harvey did really well tonight and he was actually very busy, so a good performance by Harvey and we're really pleased."

This weekend Westfields host local rivals Malvern Town in the third round of the Bluefin Sports Challenge Cup.

"Every game is important and we will go out strong on Saturday, Willetts added.

"It's a big game for us, it's a local derby and we will want to do well."