WESTFIELDS have made a trio of signings as they look to bolster their squad ahead of a busy period of fixtures.

Midfielder Brad Birch has joined Fields on a dual-registration deal from Stourbridge, while their season has been curtailed in the coming weeks.

"He's some player and is a proper man in midfielder," said Fields manager Phil Glover.

"He has been captain of Stourbridge (in non-league step three) and he is a mate on mine.

"Their season has been stopped but lads still want to play games."

Former Hereford FC goalkeeper Brandon Powell has also signed for Westfields having been on trial with the Bulls in pre-season.

Finally Luke Sylvester has joined Fields having previously played for Taffs Wells.

"We're in a good place with people coming back from injuries and we're getting back playing," added Glover.

"We have fixtures to look forward to and a few new faces which will bolster our squad."

Westfields host Ardley United this weekend (2pm) in just their fifth league game of the Hellenic Premier campaign.

Fields then face a trip to Nottingham-based side Radford in the third round of the FA Vase on December 19.

Radford play their trade in the East Midlands Counties League, step six of the non-league pyramid.

The winning clubs win £1,125 from the prize fund and losing clubs also collecting £350.