BARNSTAPLE came a 34-13 cropper at Cleve, leaving head coach Kevin Squire scratching his head wondering where the season goes from here. With little likelihood of anyone being relegated from South West One this season, lowly Barum don't have that much to

BARNSTAPLE came a 34-13 cropper at Cleve, leaving head coach Kevin Squire scratching his head wondering where the season goes from here.With little likelihood of anyone being relegated from South West One this season, lowly Barum don't have that much to worry about.Squire was unhappy with the seeming lack of motivation in parts of the side, who appear to think there's nothing to play for so why worry."For the first half hour it all went our way and we were looking confident at 13-0 up," said Squire. "The only problem was we didn't score again after that."Cleve aren't a great side, but they played the conditions better than us and early in the second half they went ahead."When Cleve started to get on top we needed to play with a bit more pride in our shirts and I don't think we did that."Lock John Ovenall scored a solo try from 30 metres out for Barnstaple. Their remaining points came from kicks potted by Neil Giddy.Barnstaple are at home to big-spending play-off chasers Bracknell this Saturday.