“It was a brilliant game to watch and I hope that the great crowd of Bridgwater supporters all enjoyed it,” he said.
“The scoreboard didn’t really tell the whole story of the game and when you analyse the game we scored three tries to none and had another close one held up over the line.
“We gave away one defensive penalty in the whole game, so our defence was exceptional on Saturday.
“Earlier in the season we might well have folded when we were put under the kind of pressure that Kingsbridge put us under.
“However, you have got to be prepared to play for the full 80 minutes, which is where we won it,” he added.
Tomorrow, Albion travel to play Chard, who are third from the bottom of the table and in desperate need of points to avoid the drop.
When the two sides met at College Way earlier in the season it was the hosts who ran out 37-14 winners, but not before Chard had given them a fright.
Looking ahead to the match, Morrell said: “I am really excited about it. The Kingsbridge game has given us a poke in the eye so there will be absolutely no complacency.
“It should be a good game down there - it’s crucial that we keep our run going.”