WESTFIELDS warmed up for their new Midland Alliance campaign with victory in the Dennis Hartland Memorial Trophy.

They retained the trophy after a penalty shoot-out home win over higher-graded Swindon Supermarine.

The Hereford club paraded new signings Bobby Aldrich and Joel Edwards and held Swindon to an entertaining 2-2 draw.

Westfields then prevailed 3-0 in a penalty shoot-out in front of a large crowd at allpay.park.

Westfields fell behind when former striker Richard Kear crossed for Luke Hooper to tap home.

Scott Jackson levelled for Westfields and the home side went ahead five minutes before the break when winger Carl Morgan chipped the keeper with a delightful shot.

Swindon equalised on the stroke of half time through Chris Allen who beat Jamie Moore with a close-range shot.

The scores remained level after 90 minutes before Mark Hibbard, Ashley Day and Anthony Robins netted in the shoot-out to give Westfields the trophy.

Pegasus Juniors conceded two late goals in a 2-1 friendly defeat against Blue Square Conference North side Gloucester City at Old School Lane.

A second-half penalty save from Dave Cooper helped Leominster Town to an excellent 3-2 friendly victory over Stourport Swifts at Briarwood Stadium.

A brace from Sam Pearson and a cool finish from Mark Rusling gave Sam Bowen’s men an impressive triumph and delighted the large home crowd.

Derek Williams’ Wellington recorded a 1-1 draw against Fairford Town in a pre-season friendly.

Matt Williams scored the goal for Wellington who had previously lifted the Rhayader Senior Cup after a penalty shoot-out success at Rhayader Town. The match had ended 3-3.