AN EQUALISER three minutes from time denied Westfields three points as Bradford Town snatched a 1-1 draw.

Westfields, who had recorded a fine midweek victory over Cribbs, were looking to build on that performance and took an early lead when leading goalscorer Josh Hunt scored an opening goal in the sixth minute with a drive from the edge of the box.

The visitors then went close on a number of occasions to add into the scoreline when Dan Stoneman was denied with a goal-line clearance and then John Hill in the Bradford goal twice brought off good saves from Richard Greaves and Hunt.

After the break the home side began to came more into the game and it took some sterling work by Ian Havard in the Westfields goal and his defence to keep the home forwards at bay.

Greaves nearly added to the Fields tally when he had a header from a Stoneman corner cleared off the line.

As the game was nearing the end Bradford drew level when Westfields failed to clear a left wing cross and George Box volleyed home at the far post to earn a point.

Phil Glover's side still had chances clinch the points when both youngsters Harrison Summers and Cawley Cox raced clear of the Bradford Town defence but were thwarted by good saves from goalkeeper Hill.

Westfields had to settle for a point but it keeps them in the top six and now prepares them for their next two games.

Westfields are at home on Tuesday night against Longlevens, kick-off at 7.45pm, and next Saturday they visit Thornbury for an away league fixture.