WELLINGTON welcome Odd Down to North Street tomorrow (ko 3pm), looking to propel themselves back up the Toolstation Western League Premier Division table.

A depleted Tangerines side lost 2-0 at Shepton Mallet last weekend, so will aim for improvement against their fellow mid-table opponents.

First Division side Bishops Lydeard are also at home, facing Radstock Town at Cothelstone Road, a team who are two places and four points behind them in the standings.

The Somerset County League action features Watchet Town heading to south Somerset to take on Ilminster Town, Minehead hosting Yatton & Cleeve United, and Staplegrove travelling to Nailsea & Tickenham Reserves (all ko 2pm).


ON Sunday, Bishops Lydeard Ladies look to keep the pace with South West Women's Premier Division leaders Keynsham Town Development, as they entertain the league's bottom side, Downend Flyers (ko 2pm).

The Somerset Women's League sees Ash Rangers Ladies host Purnell Sports, Bishops Lydeard Reserves go to Burnham United, and Wellington Ladies at home to Frome.

A little further afield, Yeovil Town Ladies play a crucial match against West Ham United, at Dorchester Town's ground (ko 3pm).

The reverse fixture ended 2-1 to West Ham, and another tight encounter is expected on Sunday – the game being streamed live on the FA WSL Facebook page.

Yeovil have been boosted ahead of the match by the news that their goalkeeper, Megan Walsh, has been nominated for the PFA FA WSL Fans' Player of the Month.

Voting is now open, via this link.