WESTFIELDS await their Bank Holiday Monday clash with local rivals Malvern Town lying in 10th position of the Aspire Midland Alliance League.

After suffering a hiccup in their 2-0 home defeat by Studley, they will be seeking to resume their climb up the table against a Town side currently 20th in the table.

Fields have only suffered five losses in the league and will have a chance to progress to the MFA League Cup semi-final in February when they host Studley.

Meanwhile, Pegasus Juniors are ninth in the Premier Division of the Futbol Hellenic League.

Following the excitement of reaching the FA Cup Second Qualifying Round and their visit to play Telford United earlier in the season, Juniors have settled into consistent form in their league programme.

They, too, are at home on December 28 and will be looking to extend their nine-match unbeaten run against fourth-placed Shortwood United.

The two sides fought out a goalless draw at Nailsworth in November.

In the West Midlands League Premier Division, Wellington are seventh with 11 wins and four draws from 19 games.

With fine away victories at Dudley and Lye under their belts, they are at home to mid-table Bewdley on Boxing Day and have at least two games in hand on five of the clubs above them in the league table.

One place and one point below them are Ledbury Town who have played four games more and host county rivals Bromyard Town at New Street on Saturday, Boxing Day.

Bromyard are languishing second from bottom with just four wins from their 21 matches.

In the Hereford Times Herefordshire Football League Ledbury Town Reserves are blazing a trail at the top with nine wins from 10 games, ahead of Ewyas Harold, six wins and a draw from seven, and Leominster Town six wins from seven.