WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover said the manner of their 3-2 win over local rivals Malvern Town made it a big one for the club.

Fields came from two goals down at an unbeaten Malvern side to snatch all three points with Luke Sylvester netting a 90th minute winner.

An early Harry Clark brace was cancelled out by Joe Davies and Dan Stoneman goals before Sylvester scored the winner.

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The games wasn't without controversy as both sides ended with 10 men.

"It was eventful," said Glover.

"Malvern are a good side, they have improved a lot and will be right up there at the end of the season.

"For us we're really happy that the result went our way. To go 2-0 down and to come back and win shows really good character from us.

"We've got a lot of young lads in the squad it shows good character from them.

"The lads in there know that the manner of that win is good and it's big for it.

"I do say to the lads about not getting too down or too up when we win.

"After a last minute winner it's hard not to get up for that one in there."

The win pulls Fields within six points of second place Brimscombe & Thrupp, who they drew 1-1 with on Saturday.

"We looked at the three fixtures with Malvern, Lads Club and Brimscombe and were honest with what lads we have got out who start for us," added Glover.

"We said seven points out of those three games we'd be happy with.

"We didn't know what order they would come in but we are satisfied with seven points out of nine after coming back from the Longlevens defeat.

"I was guilty of being too negative on Saturday as I thought we should have won (against Brimscombe) with all the chances we had.

"We're really happy and will look to build on that with a good run of fixtures at home on paper where we are very strong.

"We hope to kick on and get points on the board."