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Westfield FC Youth U15
Vic Locke
Westfield FC
off Elmbridge Lane
Woking, United Kingdom
GU22 9AE

Westfield Youth U16

This is the Web site for Westfield Youth U16 the feeder team to Westfield U18'S in the Southern Youth Floodlit League and Senior teams in the Seagrave Haulage Combined Counties League


Manager changes Jobs

Manager Vic Locke has now changed jobs and is now manager of Mens team Sheerwater FC in the Combined Counties League Div a feeder league into the Ryman League. Please click on header to see web site for Sheerwater FC who feature some ex-Westfield youth team Players

******Next Match******

Competition: West Surrey Youth League U16 Prem   
Match: Westfield FC vs Tooting & Mitcham FC
Date: Sunday 11th April   
Venue: Westfield FC
K.O.: 10.00 AM K.O.
Meet: 9.15 Meet at Westfield FC

Westfield 4 Woking 2

'Field came out fired up and really hit the ground running putting Woking under relentless pressure for the first 20 min's of this game. It was no supprise when Sam Lewiston opened the scoring with a quality finish from the edge of the box, then great pace and a good cross from 'Field captain Flavio Cappiello carved out a chance for Mike Robson who rose to head home the second. Being a local derby it was always going to be a competitive game and Woking showed good battling qualities mid way through the half when against the run of play they pulled a goal back with a good header, the goal seemed to spur them on and they played really well for the rest of the half and created some good opportunities. After the break it was a fairly even affair 'Field's defence of James Barrett, Steve Buckland and Joe Taylor all having good second halves and limiting Wokings chances to a minimum, then in form Lewiston again showed good finishing as he broke clear looked up and picked his spot to make it 3-1. Still not finished Woking again reduced the deficit Ross Fleming scoring with a sweet strike from the edge of the box. The final goal in a good and competitive game came after home keeper Liam Stone, who had a good game throughout, made a good save, the ball was played out quickly to Nick Worsley who turned his man on the halfway line and burst away to finished well and secure the points.      

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, Dave Shutt, Steve Buckland, James Barrett, James Kealy, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Joe Taylor, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: Nick Worsley, Duke Munroe, Tom Bentley.

'Field through to County Cup Semi-Final

Merton Hall 1 Westfield 8
A superb team effort saw 'Field safely into the County Cup Semi-Final next month. On a small boggy pitch against a very competitive Merton Hall, 'Field showed terrific team spirit and played some quality football. Liam Stone in goal was in fine form from the start, commanding his box and coming out bravely on several occassions. Centre backs James Barrett, Steve Buckland and Dave Shutt all looked really fired up and imposed themselves on the dangerous Hall forwards containing them through out the majority of the match, while in midfield Max Galbraith, Dean Hayward-Brown and Mike Robson were everywhere and used the ball to good effect ever time they won it. Wing backs Jamie Folley and Mark Robson both worked tremendously hard up and down the flanks, supplying the forwards with regular good possesion, Duke Munroe replaced Robson just after half time he too should be pleased with his contribution. The front two Sam Lewiston and captain Flavio Cappiello were a constant handful for Hall, both playing unselfishly and creating regular chances for each other and team-mates. The goals came four in each half, the scorers were Lewiston 3, Cappiello 2, Folley 2 and sub James Kealy just back from injury who fired home at the far post to cap a great day.

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, Dave Shutt, Steve Buckland, James Barrett, Mark Robson, Max Galbraith, Mike Robson, Dean Hayward-Brown, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: Duke Munroe, James Kealy, Tom Bentley.

Westfield 0 Carshalton FC 2

A really good and sporting game between two footballing sides saw Carshalton FC come out on top thanks to two second half goals. I think even Carshalton would accept that a draw may have been a fair result on the day. 'Field played some excellent football, going close on three or four occasions in the first half against a weakened Carshalton side due to some missing regulars. Jamie Folley hit the crossbar with a sweetly struck free kick and Sam Lewiston bravley went close heading past the keeper only for an accidental collision to send him to hospital with an eye injury. The second half saw more good football from both sides, this time Carshalton hit the crossbar and were sharp enough to follow up and score. A second after some excellent skills from Carshalton's Tupper created a team mate an opening extended thier lead. 'Field continued to show great spirit and desire as they pressed forwards and forced a couple of quality saves out of the away keeper, but it was not to be on the day, they could however take heart from a good showing against Carshalton who are a quality side.   

Squad: Liam Stone, Dave Shutt, Steve Buckland, James Barrett, Max Galbraith, Jamie Folley, Mike Robson, Joe Taylor, Duke Munroe, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: Nick Worsley, Mark Robson, Tom Bentley.

'Field through to last eight of County Cup

Surrey County Cup u16
Westfield 6 Hersham 5

'Field progressed into the last 8 of the county cup after a real "game of two halves". 'Field played some of their best football of the season in the first half, creating loads of chances and going 4-0 up with goals from Mike Robson, Jamie Folley, Sam Lewiston and Flavio Cappiello. The second half saw James Barrett extend the lead a defender deflecting his shot in to make it 5. Hersham then pulled one back and 'field made three changes, Lewiston made it 6-1 and there was no real sign of what was to come. The home side for some reason at this stage really took their foot off the pedal, allowing plucky Hersham back into a game that had looked well beyond them. Hersham took full advantage having a real purple patch towards the end of the half when everything they touched turned to gold, they scored 4 goals in a ten min spell every one of which was of high quality, giving 'Field a real scare with their brave fightback.   

Squad: Liam Stone, Nick Worsley, Steve Buckland, Joe Taylor, James Barrett, Jamie Folley, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Max Galbraith, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: Ross Melinn, Tom Bentley, David Shutt.

West Surrey Youth League Cup Semi-Final

Carshalton FC 4 Westfield 1

On a windy wet day 'Field started very strongly, playing with the wind at thier backs they looked the better side for most of the first half, their good play was rewarded when Dean Hayward-Brown's good run on the right saw him recieve the ball from Flavio Cappiello and fire them in front. Shortly afterwards Sam Lewiston who started the game very well had a great chance to make it two nil, but clean through on goal he shot wide. A good move out from the back then saw Carshalton go the length of the pitch and score after a goalmouth scramble to take the sides in 1-1 at half time. There was nothing to choose between the sides early in the second half, before a long throw into the box was flicked on and sailed over Liam Stone in the 'Field goal to put Carshalton on front. It was always going to be difficult from that stage on playing into the wind against a very strong Carshalton side, indecision in the box then gifted Carshalton a third followed by a last min fourth to confirm their passage into the final.

Squad: Liam Stone, Steve Buckland, Joe Taylor, James Barrett, David Shutt, Mike Robson, Max Galbraith, Dean Hayward-Brown, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello, Jamie Folley. Subs: Mark Robson, Nick Worsley, James Kealy.

Carshalton Rangers 0 Westfield 3

A excellent first half performance against a fired up Carshalton side saw 'Field put the dissapointment of the previous weeks performance behind them. The first goal came after Jamie Folley wipped in a cross-shot that the keeper could not hold and Mike Robson was on hand to give his side the lead, a thumping header from Dean Hayward-Brown made it two and Folley after being released by an excellent ball from Sam Lewiston fired home low and hard to make it three. The second half was always going to be harder but powerful defending from Steve Buckland and Dave Shutt and a very assured display in goal from Liam Stone saw 'Field comfortably retain their advantage while still playing some good stuff going forward. The only down side of the day was a nasty hip injury to Tom Bentley which we hope is better soon.

Squad: Liam Stone, Mark Robson, Steve Buckland, David Shutt, James Kealy, Mike Robson, Max Galbraith, Dean Hayward-Brown, Joe Taylor, Sam Lewiston, Jamie Folley. Subs: Tom Bentley, Nick Worsley, Ross Melinn.

*******No more Saturday Training. Now Monday 7.00-8.30******

Carshalton FC 3 Westfield FC 0

'Field were well beaten by a good Carshalton FC side on Sunday. The early exchanges were fairly even, before an opening goal on ten min's saw Carshalton really take the upper hand and totally dominate the rest of the half, deservedly going in 3-0 up at half time, only centre back James Barrett showed any real resistance. 'Field came out far more determined in the second half and looked far more solid throughout the side, they still however failed to create any real chances to get back into the game while Carshalton went close on several more occasions as they comfortably claimed the 3 points.

Squad: Liam Stone, Nick Worsley, Joe Taylor, James Barrett, Steve Buckland, Mike Robson, Dave Shutt, Mark Robson, Max Galbraith, Sam Lewiston, Duke Munroe. Subs: James Kealy, Tom Bentley

Westfield 2 Ashford Town 1

'Field entered this game with five players missing through injury, bizarrely four of them defenders. They need not have worried though as centre forward Sam Lewiston dropped back to centre half along side captain Joe Taylor and the pair along with Mark Robson at sweeper put in really excellent performances. 'Field played some good stuff in the first half and were rewarded when Taylor found Flavio Cappiello on the left, his pinpoint cross was met by Duke Munroe who planted a fine header into the far corner to open the scoring. Jamie Folley then hit the bar with a fiecly struck free kick and 'Field went in 1-0 up at half time. Ashford's best spell was the first 15 min's of the second half pushing 'Field back and bossing the midfield. The equaliser came when a weak goal kick fell to an Ashford forward who ran on to finish well and set up an exciting finish. 'Field brought on Nick Worsley and pushed both Mark and Mike Robson into central midfield, ever reliable Max Galbraith dropping back into defence. The winner was a cracking goal, a superb cross from Folley finding Cappiello 6 yards out who calmly slotted home. Liam Stone in the home goal then made up for his earlier error with a quality save with his feet to ensure all three points. Dean Hayward-Brown deserves a mention as he must have covered ever inch of the pitch as he worked tirelssly in the 'Field cause.

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, Joe Taylor, Sam Lewiston, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Tom Bentley, Max Galbraith, Dean Hayward-Brown, Flavio Cappiello, Duke Munroe. Subs: Nick Worsley, Ross Melinn.

West Surrey Youth League u16 Prem Div Results 07/12/03

Ashford Town 3 Woking Town 1
Hayes 0 Uxbridge Colts 1
Hampton Youth 0 Tooting & Mitcham 3
Carshalton Rangers 1 Motspur Park 2


This year’s proposed tour is to Gothenburg Sweden to play in the Gothia World Youth Cup, an international tournament considered Europe’s leading youth soccer event. The number of teams as well as the number of participating countries have increased every year and today, after 30 years over 600 000 boys and girls from 120 different countries have taken part in Gothia Cup which started in 1975.
(For info on the tournament go to Web site: www.GOTHIACUP.SE
The Tournament is held over 5 days. The dates are 11TH TO 17TH July.
This year we are staying in a Hotel and the price is aprox £450.00 Per head.


******Team Progression******

Westfield FC U16's will this season play in the West Surrey Youth League Premier Division. The team is a feeder team to the highly successful current U18 youth squad who after winning the Treble(Surrey County Cup, West Surrey Prem Div & West Surrey Cup) two years on the trot again reached the Surrey County Cup final this year losing 6-5 on penalties and came runners up in the league. The current side having made the transition this season into U18 Southern Youth League football played on Wednesday nights under floodlights, the very young side acquitting themselves very well over the last two seasons coming runners up and fourth in a league made up of mainly Ryman Clubs youth teams.

'Field reach League Cup Semi-Final

Westfield 1 Meadow Sports 0
A fantastic strike from Max Galbraith with 5 mins to go settled a really fine cup match between two evenly matched sides and saw 'field progress to the Semi-Final of the league cup. Right from the start of the game 'Field looked up for it, their passing and movement particularly in the first half was excellent. Sam Lewiston had a great chance to open the scoring when he found himself one on one with the keeper only to pull his shot agonisingly wide, he almost made amends immediatly afterwards his powerful header from a pinpoint Flavio Cappiello cross going very close. Meadow really upped their game in the second half and only fine displays of defending from Joe Taylor, James Barrett and Steve Buckland restricted their chances to a minimum. Everybody was starting to think about the possibility of extra time and penalties but Galbraith had other ideas as he picked the ball up just inside the Meadow half, burst between two defenders and let fly from fully 35 yards, the ball flying into the net giving James Shaw in the Meadow goal no chance. There was still time for more drama as in time added on Meadows Guisseppi Sole broke clear but delayed his shot long enough to allow a defender to get back and put in a chalenge, desperate claims for a penalty were waved aside and the final wistle ended a great cup match shortly afterwards.

Squad: Liam Stone, Nick Worsley, James Barrett, Steve Buckland, Joe Taylor, Mike Robson, Dave Shutt, Max Galbraith, Jamie Folley, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: James Kealy, Mark Robson, Duke Munroe.

West Surrey Youth League Tables

Link to West Surrey Youth League site showing leage tables at all age groups.

Westfield 1 Motspur Park 2

A poor first half performance saw ‘Field suffer their first ever league defeat since forming 15 months ago. Motspur scored in the first 2 min’s, a loose ball following a poor defensive header should have been comfortably claimed by Liam Stone in the home goal, but wasn’t and was half cleared by Joe Taylor to a Motspur player, he lifted the ball straight back into the empty net. The goal did nothing to spur ‘Field into life and worse was to come as a hopeful ball forward was collected by a lively Motspur forward who looped high into the net to extend their lead. It was pretty well all one way traffic after this point, but arguing in the home ranks and resolute defending from Motspur, who were in no mood to roll over and competed hard for ever ball, saw them hold their two goal advantage until half time. Some strong words at half time saw ‘Field come out a different side in the second half, Flavio Cappiello hit a post in the first couple of min’s and Nick Worsley shot straight at the keeper from five yards before his far post header pulled the score back to 2-1. ‘Field went on to hit the post on twice more and Sam Lewiston had a goal ruled out, but were left to rue a poor first half that ultimately cost them the game.      

Squad: Liam Stone, Tom Bentley, Dave Shutt, Steve Buckland, Joe Taylor, James Kealy, Mark Robson, Max Galbraith, Jamie Folley, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: Nick Worsley, Mike Robson, Ross Melinn.

Westfield 7 Haslemere Town 0

An excellent second half in which they really passed the ball well against a determined and hardworking Haslemere side, saw ‘Field through to the next round of the county cup on Sunday. ‘Field were 2-0 up at half time and scored five more in the second half, the goals came from Flavio Cappiello 3, Jamie Folley 2 and one apiece for Sam Lewiston and Nick Worsley.

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, James Barrett, Steve Buckland, Mark Robson, James Kealy, Tom Bentley, Max Galbraith, Nick Worsley, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: Dean Hayward-Brown, Dave Shutt,.

Westfield 3 Carshalton Athletic 1

‘Field progressed into the ¼ finals of the league cup with a good performance that saw them pass the ball well and dominate for most of the match. Carshalton for their part looked a good side and competed well throughout. ‘Field took the lead thanks to Flavio Cappiello’s persistance, he chased and harried a defender back towards his goal before robbing him and scoring. There were several chances to extend the lead before poor positional play and a lapse of concentration allowed Carshalton to draw level. About 5 mins before half time a great move saw ‘Field regain the lead, Joe Taylor picked out Sam Lewiston, his fine ball released Jamie Folley who raced clear to finish in style. The second half saw ‘Field go in search a third goal and they went close on several occasions, before Carshalton gave a reminder that they were still in the game, a player found space on the edge of the box and was unlucky to see his great strike come crashing back off the post to safety. That was 'Field's last scare and the final goal came when Folley crossed from the right and big James Kealy rose in the box to head home and confirm thier passage to the next round. Worthy of a special mention were James Barrett at the back who had another solid game plus Max Galbraith and Mike Robson who were tireless in midfield.   

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, Mark Robson, Joe Taylor, James Barrett, James Kealy, Dave Shutt, Max Galbraith, Mike Robson, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: Ross Melinn, Jamie Locke, Dean Hayward-Brown.

Meadow Sports 2 Westfield 2

A real game of two haves ended with honours even on Sunday. ‘Field started the game very nervously and Meadow pushed forwards almost non-stop for the first fifteen mins. After hitting a post Meadow deservedly opened the scoring with a great left foot strike from Chris Wales. Strangely this seemed to settle ‘Field and they started to play with more confidence and push forwards, There were a couple of goal mouth scrambles before the pressure paid, Dave Shutt, who had a very good game, bravely headed home the equaliser. Almost immediately from the re-start Meadow’s James Mepham got clear, his good finish restored Meadow’s goal advantage. The final goal of a game were all the goals came in the first half saw good work in the box from Flavio Cappiello and a powerful strike from Dean Hayward-Brown which found the top corner. The second half saw Westfield get the upper hand, James Barrett and Joe Taylor shackled the dangerous Meadow forwards, allowing ‘Field to push forward looking for the winner. James Kealy went close twice while at the other end Liam Stone made a good save to keep things level. ‘Field very nearly won it in the last min as Jamie Folley who had returned to the fray after a nasty first half facial injury saw his free kick was headed just over by Shutt when it looked on its way into the net.   

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, Joe Taylor, Ross Melinn, James Barrett, Dave Shutt, Dean Hayward-Brown, Max Galbraith, Mike Robson, Sam Lewiston, Flavio Cappiello. Subs: James Kealy, Mark Robson, Nick Worsley.

Carshalton on the Hill 0 Westfield 8

Hatricks from Flavio Cappiello and Sam Lewiston plus a goal apiece for Mike Robson and Jamie Folley comfortably saw ‘Field through to the next round of the cup on Sunday. On a very tight sloping pitch the first half was quite a close affair, Liam Stone in the ‘Field goal looked assured, James Barrett and Joe Taylor at the back looked solid and Max Galbraith played well in midfield but only Cappiello’s goal separated the sides. The second half saw the visitors really up the pace with everone performing well, seven more goals were scored as Carshalton’s resolve slowly ebbed away.

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, Joe Taylor, Ross Melinn, James Barrett, Mike Robson, Duke Munroe, Max Galbraith, Dean Hayward-Brown, Flavio Cappiello, Sam Lewiston. Subs: James Kealy, Tom Bentley, Dave Shutt.

Westfield 3 Carshalton Rangers 2

Three great left foot strikes were enough to give ‘Field three points on Sunday. ‘Field’s first half performance was excellent and they were unlucky not to make their dominance pay as both Dean Hayward-Brown and Flavio Cappiello hit the crossbar with headers following flowing team moves and quality crosses. The second half again saw ‘Field again in control, that was until a Carshalton forward broke free and expertly chipped Liam Stone in the home goal, that seemed to spark some self doubt and Carshalton had their best spell of the game. The next goal was vital and fortunately it went ‘Field’s way, the ball dropping to Duke Munroe on the edge of the box, he looked up and struck a great strike into the far corner of the net to bring ‘Field level. Now with the upper hand ‘Field pushed forward and almost immediately Cappiello put them in front, his fizzing drive from 20 yards giving the keeper no chance. Just as ‘Field were thinking the job was done a Carshalton forward outpaced the home defence and finished to again bring parity. The final say though went to Cappiello who with 10 min’s to go turned his man in the box and showed great composure to finish and give ‘Field all three points.

Squad: Liam Stone, Jamie Folley, Joe Taylor, Ross Melinn, James Barrett, Flavio Cappiello, Dave Shutt, Mark Robson, Dean Hayward-Brown, Sam Lewiston, Jamie Locke. Subs: Duke Munroe, James Kealy, Tom Bentley.

Hampton Youth 0 Westfield 1

West Surrey Youth League u16 Prem Div
Joe Taylor’s fine far post header in the 78th min from Duke Munroe’s corner gave ‘Field three points in their first game of the new season. Hampton played the game 1 short, they initially lined up with 11 but when asked for their registration cards it was soon apparent that one of the players was not registered. ‘Field though dominating the match from the start, playing downhill in the first half but never really made the man advantage pay as Hampton competed well in all areas of the pitch and held out till half time. In the second half again Hampton soaked up the pressure without ever really looking like conceding and started looking dangerous with long balls down the hill. Max Galbraith who entered the fray just prior to half time had a really fine game at the back making vital tackles and using the ball well. ‘Field’s with keeper Liam Stone away for the weekend were forced to put midfielder Flavio Cappiello in for his first ever game in goal, you would not have know it though, his display was competent and he made a vital flying save mid way through the second half.      
As the game came towards the end ‘Field dug deep and carved out a couple of good chances one came from Dean Hayward-Brown feeding Jamie Folley down the right, his pinpoint cross was met by Sam Lewiston only for his header to flash agonisingly wide. Then came two corners first one on the left from Folley, which the keeper tipped over the bar then, one on the right from Munroe and Taylor came storming in to powerfully head home the late winner.

Squad: Flavio Cappiello, Jamie Folley, Joe Taylor, Ross Melinn, Steve Buckland, James Kealy, Dave Shutt, Mark Robson, Dean Hayward-Brown, Sam Lewiston, Mike Robson. Subs: Duke Munroe, Max Galbraith, Tom Bentley.

Sky Sports to cover 1st teams FA Vase game vs AFC Wimbledon

The Club has been contacted by Sky Sports and they're sending a reporter and cameraman to tomorrow's match at Woking! They'll also be at the Westfield ground before the match.

Westfield 5 Goldsworth Park Rangers 1

Goalscorers: Ross Melinn, Sam Lewiston 2,Chrissie Pestle, James Jarman.

*************Haarlem Cup Photo's (Click here)*************

Westfield Youth European Tour 2003

This year’s tour to Holland to enter the Haarlem Cup (Coca-Cola Cup) one of the biggest youth tournament in Europe was a great success.
‘Field took a squad of seventeen boys did themselves proud by going the whole week unbeaten even though they had to had to play up a year in the U16 age group due to different age criteria abroad.
The U16 competition had twenty teams from 8 different countries with initial group games over two days to decide the top ten teams to play the ‘A’ competition the others going into the shield competition.
Once ‘Field got used to the different refereeing abroad they went on to play some excellent football and won all their group games conceding only one goal, thus progressing into the main competition comprising of two groups of five.
These matches were again played over two days with the winner of each group meeting in the final, again ‘Field were again in good form coming through some very testing games winning two games and drawing two. The draw in the last game looked to be enough to reward a week of good performances and put them into a well-deserved final. It was not to be though, news filtered through that the unlikely event of a 5-0 win to another side over a side already eliminated by two close defeats the previous day. This meant ‘Field finished equal top of the group and failed to reach the final by one goal on goal difference. Disappointing as it was failing to reach the final it still did not take the edge off a fine week of football playing good sides from around the world going staying unbeaten.   

**********Haarlem Cup Results (Click here)**************

Westfield Youth 2 Woking Town 1

Goals from Jamie Folley and Jamie Locke in the final game of the season saw ‘Field preserve their unbeaten record in the league. It was an exciting and open affair against a spirited Woking Town side who were in search of a win that would give them the runners up spot. Woking gave it everything and had three good chances early on, but on each occasion failed to test the Scott Pinnells in the home goal. ‘Field also had several good chances and midway through the half went in front, Folley was brought down in the box after a surging run, he brushed himself down and confidently stepped up to despatch the resulting spot kick. The second half was much the same as the first as both sides went forward in search of goals, Max Galbraith in particular was having an excellent game for ‘Field. The second goal came after great work by James Kealy down the left, he beat two men and cut the ball back to Locke who did really well to hold his man off and smash the ball home. Woking were in no mood to give up and it took a brilliant goal line clearance from Chrissie Pestle to preserve ‘Field’s two goal advantage. Woking did deservedly pull a goal back near the end but were unable to force an equaliser.      

Squad: Liam Stone, Ross Melinn, Steve Buckland, David Shutt, Joe Byrne, Jamie Folley, Mark Robson, Max Galbraith, Jamie Locke, Mike Robson , Sam Lewiston, James Jarman, Scott Pinnells, James Kealy, Chris Pestle, Nick Worsley.   

'Field League Champions

Oakway Sports 2 Westfield Youth 5

'Field’s U15’s got the three points they needed to secure the title on Sunday with an excellent team performance and win against an Oakway side who have been in great form recently. The win also kept ‘Field unbeaten in the league this campaign with only two matches remaining.
‘Field’s goals came from Jamie Folley and Sam Lewiston who got two goals apiece and Scotty Pinnells. The match was played on a small rough pitch and against very competitive opposition but 'Field still managed to get their passing game going, the midfield of Mark Robson, Max Galbraith, Folley and James Kealy at the centre of many good moves. Early on Oakway had been causing problems with long balls to their pacey forwards and it was them who drew first blood, a push in the box resulted in a penalty, which was duly despatched. ‘Field showed good character and a flowing move resulted in Sam Lewiston running through and finishing well. ‘Field then went in front, Jamie Locke pressured the home keeper and Folley’s corner flew directly in. Just prior to half time Oakway showed their intentions as they brought themselves level with a free kick from the edge of the box.
‘Field came out even more determined in the second half and now with the win at their backs Dave Shutt, Joe Byrne and Chrissie Pestle looked very solid at the back. It was no supprise when the lead was restored after a great turn and through ball from Galbraith was finished in style by Lewiston. Next Folley who was having his best game for a while got his second and ‘Field’s fourth bursting through and finishing well after good set up work from Pinnells, he then returned the favour as he set up Pinnells to score the fifth and clincher and perhaps flatter the score line a little.   

Squad: Liam Stone, Ross Melinn, David Shutt, Chris Pestle, Jamie Folley, Mark Robson, Max Galbraith, James Kealy, Jamie Locke, Nick Worsley, Sam Lewiston. Subs: Scott Pinnells, Joe Byrne, Steve Buckland,.   

******** Holland 2003 tour (click here for info)********

Westfield Youth Message Board (Click here to use)

Woking Town 1 Westfield 1

The honours were shared in a really competitive game on a small hard pitch between two very committed sides. The first half was mainly dominated by ‘Field and they deservedly went in front when Jamie Locke’s set up was finished in style by Sam Lewiston who had a great first half.
Early in the second half a deep a Woking corner was met with an excellent header at the far post to give them an equaliser that had not previously looked likely, after that try as they might ‘Field could not make their usual passing football pay on the tight pitch. They still created several chances that should have won them the match but a combination of Woking keeper making a couple of good saves and some dogged defending made sure it was not to be and Woking’s hard work was rewarded with a hard fought point.      

Team: Pinnells, Byrne, Buckland, Melinn, Pestle, Galbraith, Shutt, Mike Robson, Folley, Lewiston, Locke. Subs: Jarman, Worsley, Robson,

Westfield 16 Worcester Park 0

Goals from Sam Lewiston 6, Nick Worsley 4, Jamie Locke 2, Steve Buckland, Dave Shutt, Mike Robson & Joe Byrne gave ‘Field a comfortable win on Sunday. The score was 4-0 at half time with 12 more goals coming in the second half against unfortunate ‘Park who have been beaten heavily in most games this season and would appear to be in the wrong division. Credit though must go to Park for their attitude they were a friendly bunch and though outclassed were very sporting through out, never moaning or resorting to kicking.

Team: Pinnells, Jarman, Buckland, Melinn, Pestle, Worsley, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Galbraith, Lewiston, Locke. Subs: Kealy, Shutt, Byrne.

Sutton United 1 Westfield 4

’Field recorded a comfortable victory in this game without ever playing their usual passing game. Sam Lewiston opened the scoring meeting Jamie Folley’s cross at the far post and Folley himself rather fortunately made it two when his soft shot went through the keeper’s legs. Joe Byrne headed the third from a corner but just before half time Sutton gained rewarded for their effort as they struck home a fine free kick from the edge of the box to give them hope. The second half was not a pretty affair with too many passes going astray but Steve Buckland was having another really good game at the back which meant that Sutton were limited to minimal chances of a way back into the game. Near the end Nick Worsley headed forwards and found James Jarman in space, he expertly passed the ball home for the final goal.   

Team: Pinnells, Galbraith, Buckland, Melinn, Pestle, Worsley, Jarman, Mark Robson, Folley, Lewiston, Locke. Subs: Byrne, Kealy, King.

Corinthian Casuals 1 Westfield 5

Mark Robson made a real impact on his return to the starting line up after injury and illness, he grabbed two goals and had a big influence on the match with his crisp passing. On a smallish pitch that was very heavy through the middle it took ‘Field a while to settle, but once they did and started giving some quality ball to Jamie Folley down the right they caused Casuals numerous problems. It was one of Folley’s powerful runs that created the first goal, his precise cut back was firmly struck home giving the keeper no chance by Jamie Locke to open the scoring. Just prior to half time Robson got his first, his powerful drive from the edge of the box nestling in the corner of the net. ‘Field played some really good stuff in the second half, Folley’s well delivered corner was powerfully headed home by Robson for number three, James Kealy reacted quickly in the box to thump home the fourth and Nick Worsley used his pace to burst though and score the fifth. Scott Pinnells made a fine late save but was helpless to stop a late consolation that Casuals deserved for their effort. Dave Shutt reverted to defensive duties after some good performances in midfield and had a really good game shackling Casuals dangerous and pacy striker.

Team: Pinnells, Galbraith, Buckland, Shutt, Pestle, Jarman, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Lewiston, Locke. Subs: Worsley, Kealy, Melinn

Westfield 1 Oakway 0

’Field followed excellent performance of the previous week with a typical after the Lord Mayors Show display. They started the game very brightly and hardly gave the ball away for a first ten mins of good movement and sharp passing but seemed to lack the passion of the previous week and coasted through the rest of the game. Oakway for their part we hungry and worked very hard for each other throughout competing hard for every ball. ‘Field’s goal came midway through the first half when Jamie Folley’s surging run and deep cross found James Kealy at the far post, he showed great composure in front of goal to slot home what proved to be the only goal of the game. Throughout the game ‘Field created several good chances and were guilty of a number of bad misses when in good positions, Oakway gained some confidence from this and fine late strike forced an excellent save from Scotty Pinnells in the home goal capping his competent display between the sticks. Steve Buckland continued his consistent good form with another solid performance at centre back.      

Team: Pinnells, Galbraith, Melinn, Buckland, Jarman, Kealy, Shutt, Mike Robson, Folley, Lewiston, Locke. Subs: Worsley, Pestle, MarkRobson.

Wandgas 1 Westfield 5

’Field started very strongly looking very fired up for this crucial game between the divisions only two unbeaten sides. A tremendous first half performance of good football and hard work was rewarded with goals from Jamie Locke the opener and Sam Lewiston the second after fine work from Jamie Folley down the right. As would be expected Wandgas came out all guns blazing in the second half, good defensive work from Ross Mellin, Steve Buckland, Joe Byrne and keeper Liam Stone keeping them at bay during their best spell, they did however deservedly pull a goal back. This seemed to spur ‘Field on again with Mike Robson, Dave Shutt and Max Galbraith now bossing the midfield a great run from Folley was ended by a foul in the box and cool as you like up stepped Chrissie Pestle to restore ‘Field’s two goal advantage. This seemed to break ‘Gas and it was no supprise when Lewiston made it four. James Jarman then entered the fray to shore things up at the back with James Kealy coming on up front his great turn and strike thumping the post late on before Lewiston completed his hatrick and put the seal on a fine team performance.      

Team: Stone, Byrne, Melinn, Buckland, Pestle, Galbraith, Shutt, Mike Robson, Folley, Lewiston, Locke. Subs: Jarman, Kealy, Robson.

Westfield 3 Corinthian Casuals 0

’Field after two matches in which they have started slowly looked very fired up for this game and put in a tremendous first half performance. The first two goals both came from great flowing moves down the right. Joe Byrne, Jamie Locke and Jamie Folley combining well and on both occasions for Folley, who had a great first half, to expertly picked out Sam Lewiston, the later showing no signs of jet lag having flown in only hours earlier from America to cooly dispatched both chances. Scott Pinnells in the home goal looked very assured and made a couple of good stops while Byrne having taken on the captaincy was having a fine game at the back. The third and final goal also came prior to half time Mike Robson’s shot going in off Lewiston who generously conceeded it was Robson’s goal. There were several changes at half time and ‘Field with Max Galbraith and Dave Shutt putting in some good solid tackles looked comfortable but never quite reached the same footballing highs as in the excellent first half performance.

Team: Pinnells, Byrne, Melinn, Buckland, Jarman, Galbraith, Shutt, Mike Robson, Folley, Lewiston, Locke. Subs: Worsley, Pestle, Kealy.

Westfield 2 Knaphill 1

’Field for the second match in a row started very sluggishly against very competitive Knaphill side who looked very fired up for the game and proved much tougher opposition than earlier in the season. It was Knaphill who deservedly took the lead, their striker’s persistence got him to a ball he should not have reached and he finished it well. There were some strong words at half time and ‘Field came out after the break looking far more competitive, Dave Shutt and Jamie Locke in particular competing well and battling for every ball. Nick Worsley after a disappointing first half now started to use his pace and it was he who was brought down on the edge of the box for the penalty that brought ‘Field an equaliser their improved play deserved. Chrissie Pestle calmly fired his side level. ‘Field continued to press really hard but things did not seem to be going their way after several close calls then a seemingly good goal being ruled out only 5 mins from time. Hopefully a good lesson in keeping faith and playing right to the end was learnt when as a last throw of the dice centre back Steve Buckland was thrown up front for the last three mins. His presence caused havoc in the Knaphill back line and the late winner came when he headed on Joe Byrne’s probing ball and Worsley was on hand to gleefully head home the decider.      

Team: Stone, Byrne, Shutt, Buckland, Pestle, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Kealy, Locke, Worsley. Subs: Jarman, Melinn.

Westfield 2 Kingstonian 2

’Field paid the price for a sloppy first half performance when try as they might towards the end they could not find the winner their second half performance deserved. ‘Field started slowly and rather than play their usual passing game looked to play long too often. It was Kingstonian’s number 11 who opened the scoring with a great long range strike but he was lucky to be able too do so after his wild two footed lunge on Jamie Folley min’s earlier, which should have seen him dismissed, only resulted in a yellow card. Nick Worsley scored the equaliser after good work from Sam Lewiston down the right. ‘Field played much better in the second half and it was against the run of play that a free kick found its way through a sea of players and into the corner of the net. From the on it was one way traffic Mike Robson was on hand to bring ‘Field level with 10 mins to go but they could not find the winner, Lewiston coming closest hitting the crossbar near the end. Keeper Liam Stone did really well late on as he saved at the feet of the K’s striker on the break            

Team: Stone, Byrne, Melinn, Buckland, Pestle, Jarman, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Worsley, Lewiston Subs: Galbraith, Locke, Shutt.

Walton & Hersham 1 Westfield 1 (a.e.t)

Walton & Hersham won 5-4 on Pens

’Field went out of the League cup 5-4 on penalties Sunday after an excellent match that they looked to have won in the last min of extra time only to see Mike Robson’s shot rebound off the bar to safety. ‘Field with several players missing took a while to settle and it was Walton who took the lead early on when a speculative shot looped over Liam Stone for the opener. The rest of the match was a typical cup tie, ‘Field looked solid defensively and had the upper hand in most other area’s but they could not quite finding the eqaliser they searched for. That was until with 7 mins to go they threw Steve Buckland forward from centre back, his first run saw him burst down the right and cut a perfect ball back for Sam Lewiston who gleefully fired home the equaliser that his hard working had performance deserved. Both sides then had a couple of half chances before in the last min of extra time Jamie Folley surged down the left and crossed for Mike Robson, he got across his man and lifted the ball over the keeper only to see it come back off the cross bar. The sides then had to face penalties both scoring 4 out of 5 before the Walton keeper made a good save from Folley’s kick to put them in the next round.   

Team: Stone, Byrne, Melinn, Buckland, Pestle, Jarman, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Kealy, Lewiston Subs: Galbraith, Hyde, Pinnells.

Feltham 1 Westfield 7

On a heavy pitch and against a determined and competitive Feltham side ’Field played comfortably some of their best football of the season so far on Sunday. The game was very evenly balanced early on before Nick Worsley who had a tremendous first half showed great composure to lift the ball over the keeper’s head for the opener. Towards the end of the half Feltham came back strongly Liam Stone in the ‘Field goal making a fine save to protect their lead. Just prior to half time Sam Lewiston showed how much his finishing has improved as he threaded the ball under the advancing home keeper from a difficult angle to make the score 2-0 at a vital time. The third early in the second half was Worsley again, he powerfully held his man off in the box before calmly finishing. The next three goals all came from the superb Mike Robson who was in brilliant form throughout and thoroughly deserved his rewards, the best of his goals a fine volley that flashed into the bottom corner. Number 6 came from centre back Ross Melinn who steered home Jamie Folley’s pinpoint corner. Folley himself then unlucky when he hit the bar with a great strike from range. Feltham’s consolation goal came from the penalty spot late on after Stone had brought their forward down when he was through on goal
In a great all-round team display Steve Buckland’s performance at centre back stood out, he won just about everything that came near him and also made an incredible acrobatic clearance of a goal bound lob to save a certain goal.

Team: Stone, Galbraith, Melinn, Buckland, Pestle, Worsley, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Kealy, Byrne, Hyde.

Motspur Park 4 Westfield 3

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’Field were always behind and chasing the game in a very competitive and close cup-tie against Motspur Park on Sunday. It was Park who opened the scoring as they made ‘Field pay for failing to clear their lines. The equaliser came from Sam Lewiston, he latched on to a fine through ball from Max Galbraith and finished with a deft touch. The next clear chance fell to ‘Field and they should have taken the lead, how they failed to convert Jamie Folley’s pinpoint corner from a couple of yards is still a mystery. As often happens Park soon went up the other end and made them pay as with the help of a clear handball they re-took the lead. After half time ‘Field again drew level Folley’s long range free kick finding the far corner of the net through a sea of players. ‘Field though were soon again punished for losing possession when the resulting long range shot looped into the net from range to again giving Park the lead. All seemed to be lost soon after when Scott Pinnells made a good stop only for the resulting rebound to be forced home for Park’s fourth. ‘Field though showed real character as they again fought back, sub Nick Worsley heading home to leave a tense last ¼ hour for Park, but try as they would ‘Field could not find another equaliser that their play probably deserved. ’Field’s best player on the day was Dave Shutt who put in an outstanding performance at centre back throughout the match.

Team: Pinnells, Byrne, Melinn, Shutt, Pestle, Galbraith, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Worsley, Kealy, Buckland, Hyde.

Westfield 5 Staines Town 0

A first half hatrick from Sam Lewiston and a goal each for Nick Worsley and Joe Byrne put ‘Field in the hat for the next round of the League cup on Sunday. The pick of the goals came after great work down the right, Byrne feeding Worsley who burst away from his man and centered for Lewiston to confidently dispatch with ease. After being 4-0 up at half time ‘Field were not quite as dominant in the second half but Byrne’s sweetly struck free kick put the gloss on a confident allround team performance.   

Team: Stone, Galbraith, Byrne, Melinn, Pestle, Worsley, Kealy, Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Buckland, King, Hyde.

Worcester Park 0 Westfield 6

’Field overcame terrible windy day on Sunday and still managed to play some good football despite the conditions, they won convincingly thanks to goals from six different players. Joe Byrne opened the scoring firing home through a crowded box after a scrambled clearance fell to his feet 20 yards out, then Mike Robson made it two when his long range shot squirmed through the keepers hands and into the net. Jamie Folley made the score 3-0 going into half time cleverly using the wind to bend the ball into the top corner. Sam Lewiston, James Kealy and Jamie Locke scored one each to add three further second half goals and secure the points      
Team: Stone, Galbraith, Byrne, Shutt, Pestle, Worsley, Robson, Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Kealy, King, Hyde.

Whyteleafe 1 Westfield 4

'Field progressed to the next round of the Surrey County cup on Sunday thanks to two goals from the excellent Jamie Folley, one from Sam Lewiston and also an own goal. A feature of 'Fields play throughout was their passing with both Mark Robson and Michael Robson at the centre of many good moves. The home keeper made two good saves early on but was helpless when Lewiston slid in to open the scoring. Ross Melinn then made a fine last ditch tackle to prevent a equaliser before 'Field scored the second, it was an own goal but was the result of fine work by Joe Byrne, his initial right foot cross was blocked but a defender was only able to deflect the ball passed his own keeper when Byrne wipped the ball into the danger area with his left.   
Folley who had been in fine form all game was then swapped sides and cashed in scoring two further goals that rewarded his strong performance. Whyteleafe's goal came from the penalty spot after a hand ball.

Squad: Scott Pinnells, Joe Byrne, Ross Melinn, Steve Buckland, Max Galbraith, Jamie Folley, Michael Robson, Mark Robson, James Kealy, Jamie Locke, Sam Lewiston. Subs: Ryan King,David Shutt,Chris Pestle, Nick Worsley.   

Westfield 8 Sutton Utd 0

Sam Lewiston put in a great performance and reaped the reward for all the extra work that has been done on his finishing in training, scoring four first half goals and finishing the game with six to his name. ‘Field had again started the game in good form passing the ball crisply and confidently. Jamie Locke, who had an excellent first half, opened the scoring for ‘Field when after 15 min’s his low and hard shot found the far corner of the Sutton net. Lewiston got the next four as he displayed some composed finishing. Among his goals was a powerful header and a great team goal, Joe Byrne playing a fine ball down the line, Locke running into the channel and holding the ball up before feeding Jamie Folley, his pinpoint cross was expertly dispatched. A quality first touch from Mike Robson killing a difficult ball dead followed by a defence splitting pass created another. The second half struggled to live up to the high standard of the first but Lewiston still managed to add two further goals and Nick Worsley showed how much he has improved by also getting on the score sheet near the end.   

Team: Stone, Byrne, Melinn, Buckland, Galbraith, Kealy, Robson, Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Worsley, King, Hyde.

Teddington Rangers 1 Westfield 6

‘Field started in fine form from passing the ball confidently and looking sharp all round the pitch and it was no surprise when Joe Byrne opened the scoring his quick thinking and cheeky back heel beating the home keeper. The excellent Jamie Folley then made it two, his precise lob giving the keeper no chance. At this stage ‘Field were cruising but started to lose concentration and shape, the result was a pacey Teddington striker getting goal side of his man and being brought down for a pen which was expertly dispatched to briefly bring Teddington back into the game. ‘Field then lost influential centre back Ross Melinn to injury and were forced to re-shuffle, the fine form of Steve Buckland making this less of a problem. Nick Worsley restored Field’s two goal advantage forcing home at the far post just prior to half time. This week ‘Field did not ease off and went on to score three more goals in the second half, Jamie Folley got his second with a well struck free kick, Danny Hyde was on hand to add number five before Sam Lewiston made it six.
Liam Stone although not troubled too much proved his class with good handling throughout and one fine second half save.   

Team: Stone, Byrne, Melinn, Buckland, Galbraith, Kealy, Robson, Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Worsley, King, Hyde.

Feltham 0 Westfield 4

‘Field’s U15’s bounced back from the previous weeks disapointing 0-0 draw against the same opposition with comfortable win in this years league Cup. ‘Field’s best football was played in the first half Max Galbraith and James Kealy both having excellent games. It was Jamie Locke who finally broke 110 mins of deadlock between the two sides when he slipped his defender on the left, cut inside and shot hard and low into the far corner for a deserved lead, you could feel the relief run through the side and there was only one team in it from then on. Micheal Robson hit the woodwork before Jamie Folley added the second and Sam Lewiston the third before half time. ‘Field took thier foot off the gas a bit in the second half but were still always in control David Shutt at centre back having a very assured game. The final goal came when Chrissie Pestle’s powerfull header from a corner was blocked on the line and Vice skipper Joe Byrne fired home the fourth goal to cap a good days work.

Squad: Scott Pinnells, Joe Byrne, Ross Melinn, David Shutt, Chris Pestle, Jamie Folley, Michael Robson, Max Galbraith, James Kealy, Jamie Locke, Sam Lewiston, Subs: Mark Robson, Nick Worsley, Ryan King.   

Westfield 0 Feltham 0

It was a case of after the lord mayor’s show for ‘Field’s U15’s as they followed the previous weeks excellent 9 goal performance against Knaphill with a below par performance against a hard working and committed Feltham side. As with the previous week they looked very solid at the back and restricted Feltham to only a couple of chances throughout the game, the best though could have proved costly as it came in the last min as ‘Field pushed forward searching for a winner they probably deserved.
Jamie Folley looked the most likely to unlock the Feltham defence he put many telling crosses in, unfortunately none received the finish the deserved, he also hit the post with a powerful drive.
Near the end Joe Byrne connected with a stunning volley which also flew agonizingly wide and Sam Lewiston and Nick Worsley both had a couple of good chances each to seal a home win but it was not to be on a frustrating day.
Max Galbraith’s had a possitive impact on things after his introduction at half time

Team: Stone, Shutt, Mellin, Buckland, Pestle, Kealy, Robson, Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Byrne, Worsley, Galbraith.

Sunday, September 15
Knaphill 0 Westfield 9

Westfield followed their good pre-season form with a win and convincing team performance in their first league outing against a Knaphill side who battled hard throughout.
Sam Lewiston lead the way with a hatrick, Jamie Folley and Nick Worsley both chipped in with two and there was a goal a piece for David Shutt and Jamie Locke.   
For 'Field Steven Buckland had a particularly good game at centre back his pace and reading of the game limiting the nippy Knaphill forwards to minimal chances.

Team: Stone, Byrne, Mellin, Buckland, Pestle, Galbraith, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Kealy, Shutt, Worsley.

Westfield 4 Abbey Rangers 2

‘Field followed on from their previous excellent performance against Guildford Saints with another promising showing against Abbey Rangers. Two first half goals from Sam Lewiston were the reward from some great play by all the team but especially from Mark Robson in central midfield and Jamie Folley on the right. Abbey then tested ‘Field’s resolve pulling level with two quick goals both of good quality, just before half time. This was to prove just the test ‘Field needed and they responded excellently after half time, Joe Byrne added some positive talk to an excellent personal performance, his constructive and intelligent talk helping all the players around him. It was Jamie Locke who put ‘Field back in front latching on to Lewiston’s unselfish through ball to cap his best game for the side so far with a goal. Centre backs Ross Mellin and Steven Buckland now had full control of Abbey’s dangerous forwards, it was no supprise when Chris Pestle showed the rewards for all his fitness work he has done this season popping up at the far post to fire come the clinching goal.
Liam Stone in the ‘Field goal also warrants a mention with a near faultless display.   

Team: Stone, Byrne, Mellin, Buckland, Pestle, Kealy, Galbraith, Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: King, Worsley.

Westfield 3 Woking Boys 1

‘Field made good use of their final friendly before the league campaign starts next week with a really good all-round team display against Woking Boys. From the start ‘Field looked composed and passed the ball really well creating numerous good chances hitting the bar three times in the first half twice from Michael Robson and once from Jamie Folley. The score at half time was still deadlocked at 0-0 but shortly after half time Sam Lewiston broke free to open the scoring with a clinical finish, the reward for a hard working personal performance. The second came from Steven Buckland who came forward to head home a corner and cap a fine performance at centre half. Sub Danny Hyde put ‘Field 3-0 up coming in late to force home at the far post. Woking with 3 ‘Field players in their line-up due to injuries scored a late goal to reward their efforts Mike Robson feeding Parsons for a consolation goal near the end of a good run out for both sides.   

Team: Stone, Byrne, Mellin, Buckland, Pestle, Galbraith, Mark Robson, Mike Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: Kealy, King, Worsley, Hyde.

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Westfield 6 Guildford Saints 1

‘Field put in an excellent performance on Sunday, they played some excellent passing football to beat Guildford Saints. Liam Stone had a very confident game in goal and a back four of Chris Pestle, David Shutt, Ross Mellin and Joe Byrne, who opened the scoring, all looked very comfortable and solid giving Saints few chances throughout the match.
Captain Mark Robson enjoyed a fine game in the centre of midfield often slowing the game and getting ‘Field’s passing game going while his partner in the centre Steven Buckland also had a promising game as did James Kealy on the left. On the right Jamie Folley had a great debut scoring a good goal and putting in numerous telling crosses into the Saints box. The forwards Sam Lewiston and Jamie Locke both worked hard and had good games, Lewiston causing the Saints defence non stop headaches as he scored four fine goals the most rewarding a fine far post header, something he has been working hard on in training this season. Ryan King also deserves a mention coming on and defending soundly and also using the ball well. Tom Winter scored Saints consolation mid way through the second half.   

Team: Stone, Byrne, Mellin, Shutt, Pestle, Kealy, Buckland, Robson, Folley, Locke, Lewiston Subs: King, Hyde, McDaid.   

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