LEON Taswell scored two goals as Ilfracombe shrugged off a pair of consecutive defeats to pick up three points against Melksham.Taswell notched his 28th and 29th goals of the season against a side with one of the best defensive records in the league, his first coming after 30 minutes when he was picked out unmarked at the far post.Welton hit back to make it 1-1 going into the break, but Ricky Marinaro converted from the spot after Shaun Lewis was felled in the box.A quality performance was capped by Taswell who coolly dispatched the third with 10 minutes left to play.'Combe play Bristol Manor Farm in the Les Phillips League Cup quarter-final on Saturday. On Tuesday, they are away to Chard Town.Bideford scored three in their home game against Frome Town on Saturday. But so did the visitors, in what turned out to be one of the most entertaining games of the season at the Sports Ground.Fouth-placed Frome took the advantage on 10 minutes before Jamie Densham levelled for the Robins five minutes later. Frome took the first half by the scruff of the neck and went into the lead again before the break. Bideford came out the stronger side in part two and soon got back on level footing through Matt Downing.End-to-end football then saw Densham give Bideford the lead for the first time in the game with a top-corner strike from distance.But a late looping strike over the head of Kenny Griffiths was enough to earn the visitors a draw.Bideford are away to Bitton in the Les Phillips League Cup quarter-final on Saturday. On Tuesday, they face Willand Rovers.Barnstaple Town pushed Corsham all the way but were unable to stop the second-placed side's 20-game unbeaten league run. Barum found an equaliser on 52 minutes, Kevin Darch's free kick met by Darren Goff, who scored his first goal for the club. Barnstaple lost the lead on the hour mark - and they will have the chance to do it all again on Saturday with the visit of Corsham to Mill Road.