Manager Tim Legg has been reflecting on our return to action with a goalless draw at home at Street.

He said: “It was a good performance in which we dominated large parts of the game, having the majority of possession and creating the most chances to score.

“We limited their chances apart from a couple long range strikes where Shay Allen did really well to keep them at bay.

“We were disappointed with the result, having thought we did enough to win the game. However, we need to capitalise when we have our ‘moments’ in the game to get the goals.

“The pleasing aspect of our performance for me yesterday was that we were solid defensively as a team and dealt with their direct play really well.

“With four weeks without a game previously, it was great to finally get back out on the pitch.

“It’s a point on the board and we now look to next Saturday when we play league leaders Tavistock at home.”

The result again Street means we remain in 15th place but with games in hand on the sides above us.

It was the first of four successive league games at home with the Tavistock match then followed by visits from Shepton Mallet (January 29th) and then Keynsham Town (February 5th).

Sandwiched in between that run is a trip to Exmouth Town for a Les Phillips Cup tie on February 2nd.