Bideford can consider themselves disappointed after Saturdays game against Dunstable Town finished scoreless. Despite a good performance, the Robins were unable to get a crucial score at the Sports Ground. However, they will take pride from another solid defensive display, with Chris McGrath and Danny Harrison able to nullify Dunstables Lee Roache, and Kyle Moore producing two excellent saves to keep the tie goalless. Bideford looked bright in the opening stages, but invited more pressure on them as time went on in the first half. Neither side was able to settle on the ball, and both teams looked happier to bypass the midfield with long balls. The approach meant chances were few and far between in open play, with set pieces providing the most clear-cut opportunities. It was Dunstable who had the first real opportunity when Daniel Talbuts free kick hit the bar. But Bideford were able to settle and have chances of their own, with Angus Wilsons shot from the edge of the box forcing a low save from Dunstable goalkeeper Jamie Head. Kevin Squires aerial ability proved vital for the Robins throughout, with the forward providing a much needed platform for the Robins going forward before his departure on 70 minutes. Matt Bye had a penalty appeal rejected by referee Mark Whaley with five minutes remaining after Moore had kept the Robins in the game with an instinct save from Roache.