WESTFIELDS bowed out of the FA Cup after Worcester City grabbed a 2-1 win with an injury time cracker to put them through into the first round qualifying.

The sides had gone toe-to-toe in the 90 minutes, when a replay looked on the cards and up stepped substitute Kirk Layton who fired home a tremendous shot into the top corner of the net form 20 yards in front of 349 spectators.

Westfields had led at the break, when Joel Edwards put them ahead with a header in the 14th minute.

On two occasions before the interval Phil Glover’s side had chances to increase the lead but shots from Harrison Summers and Dan Stoneman were both saved on the line by Worcester defenders.

After the break the visitors came more into the game and drew level in the 54th minute through Dylan Hart with a looping header.

Both sides gave everything for a winner with Summers have his shot tipped over the bar by the Worcester keeper.

However, with the minutes ticking away Layton fired homed a dramatic injury time winner with a shot from just outside the penalty area.

Westfields now have to travel to Worcester City on Tuesday night to play a Hellenic League Premier Division game, kick off 7.45pm and next Saturday Westfields travel in the FA Vase to Nuneaton Griff for a First Round Tie.

On August Bank Holiday Monday afternoon, kick off 3:00pm at Allpay Park, Westfields entertain near neighbours Hereford Lads Club in a Hellenic League local derby, kick-off 3pm.