The Robins beat Paulton Rovers 2-1 to keep their play-off hopes in tact. After missing a host of chances to go ahead, the Robins then found themselves having to battle back from 1-0 down. Craig Allan and Kevin Squire found the net early in the second half to cancel out Mitch Tippins first-half free kick and claim victory. With the Robins travelling to Kidlington tonight (Monday), before a home match against North Leigh on Thursday, Joyce said the win was a massive one. It sums our season up at home, we should have been 3-0 up in five minutes, he said. Im really pleased with the effort and work rate and the chances weve created. It was important to win massively. It was another free kick that should have been stopped and its a bad goal to give away. We had a few words at half-time not me, the players which I dont mind because it shows how passionate they are. I thought in the second half they didnt have a chance. I thought we thoroughly deserved it, and at this time of the season its a tremendous effort. We worked for 90 minutes to get a result which keeps our season alive. Joyce also paid tribute to Squire, whose glancing header on 58 minutes effectively won the Robins the game. Ive got nothing but respect for Squiresy, said Joyce. He worked their centre halves all over the place. Everything revolved around him, and if he wasnt there then we dont win. He was the focal point and his effort and work rate was different class. Bidefords trip to Kidlington tonight is their longest of the season. Its also the second time the Robins have made the journey the game between the two in February was abandoned before half-time with the score at 1-0. Whatever happens on Monday is a bonus, weve still got Thursday and Saturday to come, said Joyce. If we can pick nine points out of these four games Ill be happy. Weve had 18 postponements, two abandonments. Ive never known a season like it but fair play to the lads, they keep going.