BOTH Wellington AFC and Bishops Lydeard are looking to rebound from midweek defeats tomorrow, as the Toolstation Western League gets back into gear after the postponements caused by the last week's weather.

Wellington hosted Premier Division leaders Street on Wednesday night, and for the second time this season they lost 2-1.

Joe Chamberlain gave the hosts an early lead with a rocket of a free-kick into the top corner, but the away side levelled before half time through David O'Hare.

Despite the sending off of Street's Matt Hurley in the second half, the winning goal went to the visitors - Josh Wadham converting from close range.

Still, with Tangerines boss Clive Jones saying that Street deserve to be playing Southern League football, this was a creditable result for his side against a very fine team.

Lydeard also lost 2-1 at home on Wednesday evening, but will be more disappointed to have slipped up against First Division mid-table rivals Malmesbury Victoria.

Scott Reynolds and Ed Wilkins got the goals for Malmesbury, who secured a notable victory given that their goalkeeper Adam Clatworthy was sent off in the first half for handling the ball outside the box.

That red card and free-kick led to a goal for Lydeard's Mark Clunie, but they could not make the extra man advantage count.

Tomorrow - weather permitting - Wellington host Longwell Green Sports, while Lydeard go to Warminster Town (both ko 3pm).

In the Somerset County League, Staplegrove host Bridgwater Town Reserves, Watchet Town go to Middlezoy Rovers for a Premier & Division 1 Cup tie, and Minehead AFC are at home to Street Reserves (all ko 3pm).