AS Bridgwater United's match at Ilfracombe was frustratingly called off with just 30 minutes before kick off at the weekend, we thought it a good moment to look at the Robins run in for the rest of the season.

Currently, Bridgwater sit in third place in the Toolstation Western League having played 20 games, winning 14, drawn one and lost five matches.

That leaves them with 43 points, five off second placed Clevedon Town and seven off league leaders Helston Athletic. Also the Robins have games in hand over both the teams above them.

As well as that, the club has made history making it to the Fifth Round of the FA Trophy, the furthest in club history.

Going forward, the team has 14 league games left to play as they push for promotion, they also have a league cup match against Barnstaple, the FA Trophy battle against Deal Town and an exciting Somerset Cup tie against rivals Taunton Town.

The goal for the side is very much promotion though, that is the main target, which has stemmed from owner Ian Davis, to manager Andy Llewellyn and the players.

At the start of the season, IT entrepreneur Ian Davis bought the club and has said he has many exciting plans to take the club forward, but said promotion has to be achieved first.

At the current standpoint, promotion is still very much possible but it will need a big run in and wins against the sides at the top end of the table, as Bridgwater have to play Helston and Clevedon before the season ends.

In terms of the squad, there has been a number of new recruits who have joined the ranks this season.

Josh Phillip, Jason Quick, Adam Wright, Jay Murray, Ben Griffith, Josiah McKayle, and of course the return of Jack Taylor, to name just a few.

As well as that, there has been a number of youth players shining this season.

16 year-old goalkeeper Isaac Finch has been earning rave reviews for the Robins Under-18 side and since has starred for the first team.

Along with Finch, there has been appearances for Freddie Haden, Finn Koppa, Fran Souza, Blake Kearley, Eddie Townsend and Riley Willis this season.

To finish, the club has said they have faith in the current team and management to earn promotion.

"The support is there for sure and with Andy Llewellyn spearheading the management following the shock dismissal of Dave Pearse, the club appears to be going in the right direction," the club said.