WESTFIELDS made it back-to-back Hellenic Premier league victories as they recorded a 4-2 win at Roman Glass St George

Scott Russell’s side produced a hard working display in Bristol to upset their play-off chasing hosts and record their first league double of the season.

Fields had beaten the promotion chasing Bristol side 3-2 at allpay.park before Christmas and Russell’s new look side again proved too strong for their third place opposition.

After an even opening half hour Westfields stepped up the pressure just before the break when teenage goalkeeper Finlay Croft found winger Dan Stoneman out wide.

Recently returned Stoneman dashed down the flank and put over a pin-point cross and leading goal scorer Ollie Barnes swept the ball home from 12 yards to give his side a 1-0 interval lead.

Russell’s side then got off to a dream start in the second half when straight from the restart Stoneman scored a spectacular volley from 30 yards out to put the visitors 2-0 up.

However, Roman Glass St George responded and pulled a goal back from the penalty spot when Fields’ keeper Croft was adjudged to have brought down Rhyse Sarson.

The striker got up to smash home the penalty and spark a renewed optimism amongst the home supporters.

That optimisms was justified as on the hour Sarson headed home a right wing cross to put the sides level at 2-2.

However, Russell’s side were full of fight and regained the lead in the 77th minute when Cam Davies headed down a cross into the path of Isaac Richards who made no mistake from 10 yards to put Westfields back ahead.

Fields were stretching the home defence and made the points safe when full-back Jac Evans put Archie Muirhead free on the left flank and he brilliantly raced forward and chipped the Roman Glass keeper to put Westfields 4-2 ahead.
The visitors still came back at Westfields but Cam Davies and skipper Kane Kahaki kept them out with some assured defending.

Fields travel again on Saturday to face another play-off team in the form of Royal Wootton Bassett Town, kick-off 3pm.