Toolstation Western League
Premier Division
Bridgwater Town 4, Cadbury Heath 0

TWO goals inside the opening half-hour inspired Bridgwater Town to a comfortable victory at home to Cadbury Heath on Tuesday night, which takes the Robins up to sixth place in the Premier Division table.

The hosts attacked with all guns blazing from the outset, and were ahead with just two minutes played, as Sam Towler's corner was headed home by Dave O'Hare.

The lively Jake Brown saw a shot blocked by Cadbury goalkeeper Oliver Jones, while Tom Ellis' accurate long throws were causing mayhem in the opposition penalty area.

Jack Taylor passed up a golden opportunity, shanking the ball wide after O'Hare and Brown had combined, but it was 2-0 in the 26th minute.

Brown cut in from the left and got a shot away, Jones parried, and Noah Coppin netted the rebound to secure his first goal for Bridgwater's first team.

The visitors had their moments, but it was game over five minutes into the second half, as Taylor fired in a low shot from a tight angle for his 17th goal of the season.

Taylor almost had another soon after, heading against the post, but the Robins had to wait until the 83rd minute for their fourth of the night.

Jake Llewellyn was tripped in the box by Ross Moorhead, and the left-back picked himself up to send the keeper the wrong way with his penalty kick.

Bridgwater Town: Jake Viney, Luke Manley (Mike Duffy 64), Jake Llewellyn, Ollie Morris, Mark Armstrong, Tom Ellis, Sam Towler (Nathan Byrne 79), Dave O’Hare, Jack Taylor, Noah Coppin (Oscar Latas 68), Jake Brown.

The Robins are just two points shy of fourth place now, but they face a tricky test at home to seventh-placed Shepton Mallet this coming Saturday (3pm).