LEIGH Robinson was pleased with another three points for his Taunton Town side against Swindon Supermarine on Saturday, despite a rather "lethargic" performance.

The pitch at the Viridor Stadium was sandy but playable, and the Peacocks got the job done with a goal and clean sheet.

Robinson said: "It followed the pattern of the last couple of weeks really - heavy pitch, not at our best, but spirit and character got us a vital three points, with a lot still left in the tank.

"The pitch perhaps wasn't as much [a factor] as the past few weeks, I just thought we still looked a bit out of our normal rhythm, the rhythm we had in November and December when we played so many games.

"We looked a little lethargic, but fair play to the boys - the best thing you can do is keep a clean sheet and hopefully nick a goal, which is exactly what we did today."

The match had few chances, but the winning goal came after a quick throw-in from Matt Wright, and Dan Sullivan found Matt Buse to score at the near post.

"It was a game with very little quality at both ends, but I was delighted the way the chance fell to us and Matt Buse took it, earning us the three points," said Robinson.

The one downside for the Peacocks was what looked like a groin injury sustained by right wing-back Pierce Mitchell just before the hour mark, and Robinson indicated that he could miss at least a couple of games.

The manager said: "We'll see what [the injury] is like on Sunday or Monday, but it's highly doubtful that he'll play on Tuesday [at home to Bideford].

"I'm not sure how long he'll be out for beyond that, as it's a classic injury that you get on heavy pitches, so it looks like we've lost an important player for a couple of weeks, but I'm sure he'll be ready to go in a couple of weeks."

The result extends the Peacocks' undefeated league run to 20 games, but naturally Robinson will not get carried away with the achievement.

He said: "You face so many different challenges every week - different pitches, opposition, referees - and I'm not sure that we've gone 20 unbeaten as a club, certainly in my time as manager.

"So obviously we're very happy, but it's not something we talk about in the changing room, rather it's an achievement we might talk about at the end of such a run.

"It's another feather in our cap and long may it continue."