WESTFIELDS manager Phil Glover feels his side is in a ‘good place’ after recording league and cup victories.

Fields recorded a resounding 5-1 victory at Shivenham on Saturday which was followed by a 3-0 Challenge Cup win over city rivals Hereford Pegasus.

“When we go forward we look a real threat and solid the other way really,” said Glover.

“We’ve conceded one goal from open play in the last six games. We feel like we’re in a really good place and we will just keep going, get as many points on board and see where that takes us.

“I think we’ve been clever in what we’ve done and the lads that have come in have been such a good fit like Archie (Muirhead), Joe Davies, Matt McDonald and Steve Davies to name a few that have just come in and got what the club means to people and the ethos of the club.

“That’s not just on the pitch but also off it.”


Fields recalled midfield dynamo Harry Pitman for their trip to Shivenham who repaid his manager’s faith opening the scoring after just five minutes when he tucked away a left-wing cross.


Glover’s side were attacking down the slope and increased their lead on 12 minutes when Adam Wakley fired home from close range.


Shrivenham then came back into the game and pulled a goal back when Callum Parsons dispossessed Adam Newbury on the edge of the Westfields penalty area and fired home a fierce drive.


However, Westfields soon restored their two-goal advantage when Wakley grabbed his second goal of the game and then moments later Josh Hunt headed home to give his side a 4-1 half-time lead.


After the interval with driving rain Westfields maintained the pressure in atrocious conditions and Hunt rounded the home keeper to complete a 5-1 win.


Hereford Pegasus suffered a heart-breaking 3-2 league defeat at home against Corsham Town.


In the 31st minute Corsham broke the deadlock from a corner kick taken by Ollie Pitt and the Pegasus goalkeeper James Loader dropped it over the line.

However, Pegasus were level two minutes later when Jordan Williamson ran at heart of the visiting defence profiting from a slip before firing home.

On the 40th minute mark, Pegasus lost possession in their own half and Dan Demkiv stroked the ball past an advancing Loader.

The visitors were level on the stroke of half-time when from a blocked free-kick Matt James who had ghosted into the penalty box to score.

Corsham were reduced to 10 men for an “off the ball incident” before at the death Ryan Bath fired home the winner.

On Tuesday night Jack Gittoes scored a brace of goals and a free-kick from Newbury secured Westfields a 3-0 Challenge Cup victory over their city rivals.