GOALKEEPER Damon Watson saved two penalties to help Westville to a 5-3 shootout win over local rivals Queens United in the Wath and West Melton OAP Charity Cup final.

The game finished 2-2 after 90 minutes with Watson ensuring extra-time as he denied Justin Greenwood’ late spot-kick. A clinical brace from Owen Sykes put Westville in command but their lead was cut in half before the break by Jack Conley’s diving header.

Fraser Hartley’s clever lob levelled the scores late on and they had the golden opportunity to nick it but Watson guessed right.

Westville went back ahead in extra-time through Kieran Hirst’s deflected effort but Ben Day was sent off for striking Conley in the face and Simon Chadburn smashed in the resulting free-kick.

Watson saved from Chadburn with their first effort in the shoot-out and the Westville players all netted.

Westville had won at Queens 2-1 in the Premier Division on Thursday.

Jack Waldron and Matthew Thornton scored. That meant Queens could no longer win the title but, this Sunday, they play the last game against second-placed Park View who will overtake Westville with a win.