BRIDGWATER Town resume their FA Cup campaign on Saturday as they host Brislington in the preliminary round (3pm).

The Robins beat Hallen 1-0 a fortnight ago to reach this stage and victory on Saturday would add £2,890 to the coffers at Fairfax Park.

Town co-manager Dave Pearse told the Mercury: “That’s always massive for a club at this level.

“And we want to progress to the next round, where maybe we can get a home draw with Taunton or Weston-super-Mare.”

Town go into the match in confident mood after firing eight past Chipping Sodbury Town last weekend, though that was their first league win of the season after an inconsistent start.

Pearse was not completely satisfied with the performance and said: “[After going 2-0 up] we were poor for 20 minutes, and they had chances to equalise.

“So we gave them a bit of a rocket at half-time, and we got the reaction.

“It was good to see Jack Taylor and Steve Murray score; it was a great day and a big three points.

“I hope we can go on a bit of a run now, as our first three games weren’t really up to standard.”

Elsewhere this weekend, Middlezoy Rovers are looking to continue their 26-match unbeaten run as they travel to Clevedon United in the Uhlsport Somerset County League Premier Division.

Bridgwater Town Reserves, winless from their first two Division 1 matches, travel to Yatton & Cleeve United, while Middlezoy Rovers Reserves are looking to maintain their 100% start as they welcome Brislington Reserves.