BRIDGWATER Town Reserves have started to grow in confidence as a team, bagging four points from two games last week.

The young side first sealed a 3-0 victory over Ashton and Backwell United on Tuesday before heading to Watchet Town on Saturday for a 2-2 draw.

Manager Jason Bale said: “Tuesday's game was probably on of our best performances this season. Everyone gave 100% on the pitch.

“We rode our luck a little bit at times, but we created a lot of good chances.”

With two decent games last week, Bale said his team has come on leaps and bounds.

He said: “We are starting to create more chances than we did earlier in the season. We are defensively a lot stronger, but just lack that creative spark at times.

“Confidence is there to be seen and the standard, compared to a month ago, is really growing.

“But there is still a lot of hard work to do. Luckily the club is 100% backed by the guys. Now we need to be a little bit more clinical.”

Reserves now face Cutters Friday away on Saturday.