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Weston player assistant manager Scott Laird says he expects their encounter with Blackfield & Langley to be another 'huge' game.

Weston's James Waite says Tuesday's 'big' 5-0 win over Wimborne Town left him feeling 'delighted' after netting his first hat-track at The Optima Stadium, writes Josh Thomas.

James Waite bagged his second hat-trick of the season as Weston weathered the storm to record back to back wins for the first time since New Year's Day after defeating Wimborne Town 5-0 at The Optima Stadium.

Welcome to tonight's live blog between Weston and Wimborne Town at the Optima Stadium.

Manager Scott Bartlett says Saturday's win over Walton Casuals has provided Weston with a 'foundation' for when they host Wimborne Town tonight (Tuesday).

Scott Bartlett lavished praise on Greg Tindle's 'fantastic' winner over Walton Causals by calling it one of the best goals he has ever seen during his tenure as Weston manager.

Greg Tindle's wonderful strike handed Weston a morale boosting win as they ended their run of four games without a victory against Walton Causals.

Welcome to The Optima Stadium for today's live blog between Weston and Walton Casuals

Manager Scott Bartlett has called on Weston to be more 'aggressive' and that little bit 'better' when they take on Walton Casuals this Saturday.

Cheddar manager Shaun Potter was really pleased with his side after they reached the quarter-finals of the Les Phillips Cup with a 2-1 win over Cribbs at The Lawns on Tuesday.

Weston over 60s were on the road again in the Cotswolds in town of Brimscombe for their latest round of the Gloucester FA League.

Weston battled to a point but Scott Laird saw red in their latest Southern League outing at Holloways Park on Saturday.

Weston will hope to get back to winning ways when they travel to Beaconsfield Town tomorrow (Saturday).

Weston's first home defeat since early December was a 'weird result' according to assistant manager Scott Laird, writes Henry Woodsford.

Shaun Potter hailed reaching 100 games as manager of Cheddar as an 'unbelievable' achievement after leading his side to a 1-0 victory at Longwell Green Sports in Toolstation Western League Division One on Saturday.

Cheddar's walking football team earned a 2-0 win over Peasedown in their first competitive match.

Weston lost at home for the first time since December 7 after they were battered 5-1 by Hayes & Yeading United today (Saturday).

Welcome to live coverage of today's football action, where Weston welcome Hayes & Yeading to The Optima Stadium.

Scott Laird says Weston will use their disappointment of not playing their last three games as 'fuel' when they host on Hayes & Yeading at The Optima Stadium on Saturday.

Newly formed Weston United over-60s played in their first-ever tournament at Hutton Moor Leisure Centre.

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