TEENAGE substitute Cawley Cox's late winner sent Westfields crazy as they came from two goals down to beat promotion rivals Fairford Town 5-4.

The game was settled by 17-year-old man of the match Cox who scored a dramatic 90th minute winner and also had a hand in the other late goals.

Westfields had found themselves trailing 2-0 in the first 15 minutes when Jack Beardswell put the visitors ahead in only the third minute when he seized on a defensive lapse by Westfields to shoot low past Ian Havard and then in the 15th minute Ross Langworthy took a similar opportunity to put the visitors into a commanding 2-0 lead.

However, Westfields came storming back and Josh Hunt pulled a goal back in the 17th minute and then striker Richard Greaves added a second for Westfields to put the sides level with only 20 minutes on the clock.

However, just before half-time Fairford Town skipper Robbie James was on hand at the far post to tuck away a chance after a left-wing corner was not cleared by Westfields.

After the break, and trailing 3-2, Westfields were again in trouble when in the 57th minute George Peare rose to powerfully head home a right-wing corner to put Fairford Town into a commanding 4-2 lead.

Westfields then came storming back and had a number of opportunities but found the visitors’ keeper Sam Ayres in tremendous form as he saved really well from point-blank range from Dan Stoneman and then from Josh Hunt.

However, Phil Glover the manager then made two substitutions as teenagers Cawley Cox and Max Coley were brought into the fray and Cox made an immediate impact when he was brought down in the penalty area in the 84th minute and Josh Hunt converted the spot kick to put Westfields back in the game at 4-3.

Westfields threw everything forward and Cox then laid on a chance for his fellow teenage colleague Harrison Summers who fired low into the corner of the net to put Westfields level at 4-4.

Fields then again threw everything forward in an effort to win the game and in a dramatic finish Cox got onto the end of a right-wing cross and tucked away a superb opportunity at the near post to put Westfields into a 5-4 lead in the 90th minute.

The referee played an agonising seven minutes injury time in which time skipper Kane Kahaki twice made brilliant clearances and Havard also hung onto one late free-kick to take the pressure off the Fields defence.

On Tuesday night Westfields now meet second in the table Cribbs, kick-off 7.45pm, at allpay.park and next Saturday Westfields travel to Royal Wootton Bassett for an away game in the Hellenic League Premier Division.

The following Tuesday, October 5, Westfields are at home to Longlevens, again kick-off 7.45pm, at allpay.park.