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Cribbs 2 – Bamet, Carrick


Westfields suffered a 2-0 home defeat to Hellenic League leaders Cribbs from Bristol on Saturday when they were comfortably beaten 2-0 by a strong, aggressive visiting team.

Cribbs made their mark count from the opening half when all the action of importance took place in a five-minute spell when in the 28th minute Westfields had striker Adam Wakley sent off for an off-the-ball incident and then in the 30th minute Cribbs opened the scoring and in the 32nd minute they settled the game with a second goal.

Westfields attracted one of the biggest crowds of the season at allpay.park with 261 coming through the turnstiles for this important top of the table game which really Westfields needed to win to keep in touch with the league leaders but suffered their second home league defeat of the season against a quick and strong visiting team.

Westfields in fact had the early chance to open the scoring when Dan Stoneman got free on the right and put over a good cross which Archie Muirhead just failed to get onto the end of.

However, in a mad five minutes, in the 28th minute Adam Wakley received a red card from referee Liam Brace after an off-the-ball incident and then two minutes later the visitors opened the scoring when Ben Bament put them ahead.

Two minutes later the game was over when Aysa Corrick fired home from 6yds after Westfields had failed to cut out a right-wing cross which got to the byline and was pulled back to Corrick who fired home.

Just before half time Westfields were lucky not to go 3-0 down when George Kellow let fly from the edge of the box and rattled the Westfields crossbar and Westfields went in 2-0 down at the break.

After the interval the 10-man Westfields side kept up a spirited display and Matt MacDonald, Steve Davies and Adam Newbury all worked hard to try and get the home attack to pull a goal back.

However, the big strong Cribbs defence stood firm and despite several corner kicks and free kicks Westfields’ attempts were scrambled clear.

In the second half Westfields worked extremely hard against the league leaders and defensively looked strong, particularly with 10 men, but paid the penalty for the first-half 5 minutes in which the game was settled.

Westfields now go to 6th place Corsham Town next Saturday and on Tuesday night of this week they go to Shortwood United for the Second Round of the Hellenic League Floodlit Cup competition.


DateTimeLeagueSeasonFull Time
November 19, 20223:00 pmHellenic Football League Premier Division2022 / 20230'


Widemarsh Common, Hereford, HR4 9NA


Club1st Half2nd HalfGoals
Westfields FC000
Cribbs FC202