BRIDGWATER United Women have bounced back from losing the opening two games in the league with two emphatic victories.

Over the last seven days, the Robins defeated Portishead Town 6-1 at home and followed that up with a 5-0 away win over Selsey.

The improved performances aren't exactly a shock as in the opening two fixtures the Bridgwater side showed how good they can be in periods.

After the two wins, Bridgwater haved moved up to sixth place in the South West Division One league.

Ellie Bishop scored four goals across the two victories while skipper Keely Banfield bagged two.

To start with the win over Portishead Town, Bridgwater scored three goals either side of the half to ensure the 6-1 victory.

Fiona Barry opened the scoring in the fourth minute, followed by two first half goals from Bishop.

She wrapped her hattrick in the 55th minute to give Bridgwater an even greater lead.

And the final two goals came from Chloe Snook in the 73rd minute and Bethany Everson in the 75th minute.

All in all a dominant display over a Portishead Side who have impressed this season in other fixtures.

Moving to Sunday's match away at Selsey, the Robins continued their impressive form scoring five more goals.

Twelve minutes into the match, Bishop opened the scoring with a fine finish and continued her form in front of goal.

In the second half, Keely Banfield doubled the Robins lead with a great strike and from there the floodgates opened, so to speak.

Everson grabbed the third goal for Bridgwater before new signing Becky Moises got her first goal for the club and the fourth of the afternoon.

Captain Banfield concluded the scoring with yet another top goal after a well worked team move and the Robins took home the three points.