In a game of few chances on a poor surface with both sets of players being buffeted around, Bideford were just that little bit more creative. Avonmouth went through the phases well enough at first without any end product. A defensive lapse let Bideford in for their first try and that gave them an upper hand they never lost. Chris Snell went in under the posts for Bideford after Alex Priest and James Buckland had been busy in the build-up. Olly Wickett converted. Bideford thought Buckland had added a second, but the pass from Matt Slee that put him clear was ruled forward. An Andy Taylor penalty got the Mouth on the board. Buckland did score one that counted in the second half, which was on the end of a Wickett cross-kick. Wickett also converted. Bideford will want to make it three on the trot when lowly Teignmouth visit this Saturday.