WESTFIELDS went through to the Herefordshire Senior Cup final with a hard-working 3-1 win at Bromyard Town last night.

The Hereford side, who had beaten Ledbury Town away in the previous round, got off to a flying start against their West Midlands League opponents.

Matt Aubrey chased a long ball from Matt Beale and cut inside to unleash a screaming 20-yard shot which flew into the top corner in the 12th minute.

Westfields worked tirelessly to maintain their lead and mid-way through the half increased their lead.

Aubrey got free on the right and put over a pin-point cross which Derek Craddock put away with a fierce header from eight yards.

In the wintry conditions, Bromyard lost defender Sean Wright with an injury but took the game to Westfields and pulled a goal back on 68 minutes.

'Keeper Jon Pugh palmed away a right-wing cross but Rob Woodward eventually headed in from the goalmouth scramble.

However, Westfields came storming back to restore their two-goal advantage on 72 minutes in a game watched by 71 fans.

Aubrey laid on a chance for Matt Beale to race past the defence and beat the advancing 'keeper with a fierce drive.

Aubrey and Chris King had further efforts saved as Westfields set up a date with either Hereford United or Kington Town at Edgar Street in the final.

Malvern Town's Travel Factory Alliance clash at Coalville Town fell foul of the weather and was postponed.

Rushall Olympic recorded an important 3-0 win at Chasetown at the top of the Alliance.

Kington Town's West Midlands League Premier Division Cup tie at Wolverhampton Casuals was also postponed. But Tenbury United recorded an impressive 4-1 win at Bridgnorth Town Reserves in the Division One Cup.