FAIRFIELD Villa continued their fabulous run of form with an emphatic 3-0 win over Northfield Town in Midland League Division Two.

Two well-taken goals from scoring machine Connor Collins set Villa on their way to victory before substitute Alex Dugmore added a late third goal to seal the points.

Collins' brace of goals takes his tally for Villa to 95 from 99 appearances and spokesman Paul Oakes said: "His opening goal was of the highest quality, a looping header over the goalkeeper.

"But it wasn't all one-way traffic as goalkeeper Mark Wright pulled off a fantastic save right on the stroke of half time to make sure we went in 1-0 up.

"Early in the season, I know I kept going on about the number of players who were out injured or unavailable, but now it's gone full circle and it's a question of who to leave out.

"Against Northfield, we had players of the quality of Alex Dugmore, Lewis Phillips and Matt O'Beirne on the bench. We just can't wait for the next game."

Oakes singled out the performance of 17-year-old Jack James who has arrived at Villa from Stourbridge.

He added: "He's a really quiet led, but when he gets on the pitch, he immediately grows in stature. Jack has impressed everyone and looks to have a great future in the game>"

Having already booked their place in the Worcester Junior Cup Final this season, Villa go in search of further silverware this Saturday when they entertain Midland League Three side Boldmere Sports and Social in the Les James Cup semi-finals.

The match kicks-off at 2.15pm and Villa are hoping for a bumper crowd.

Oakes added: "Just because Boldmere are a level below doesn't mean we will be taking them lightly, far from it. We need to be at 100 per cent to progress."