Bideford had Keynsham under the cosh but couldnt finish them off and ended up 17-12 losers on their first league visit to Crown Field. The final 10 minutes of the Tribute South West One West clash were played out almost exclusively in Keynshams 22 with Bideford on top in the forwards. Bideford were awarded a five-metre penalty in the dying stages and had the option of kicking the points, not worth it, taking a scrum and going for a push-over, or setting up a line-out drive. Bideford took the line-out option, to the relief of home supporters who had seen their team pushed around up front. The line-out ploy didnt work out and Bidefords chance of winning or drawing the game went out of the window. Skipper Dean Folland scored both Bidefords tries, the second of which was converted by Chris Snell. Folland said Bideford didnt turn pressure into points and paid the price. We didnt take our chances, said Folland. We were stuck on their line for 5-10 minutes at the end and just could get over from pick and goes. I cant fault the commitment or want, but the execution wasnt where it needs to be to win a game in this tough division. Bideford sit two places and five points clear of the bottom three in South West One West standings with the Cornish All Blacks from Launceston due to visit King George V this Saturday.Torrington need a change of fortunes fast in the Tribute Cornwall and Devon Division after sliding to a 29-7 defeat against Tavistock. Thats six defeats in seven outings for the divisional new boys, who are in danger of dropping back into Devon One if they stay in the bottom three for much longer. Torrie were 7-5 ahead at the break Jaymie Todd converting a Charles Mill try but faded after the interval. Torrington are away to Withycombe this Saturday. Their opponents, who lie in the middle of the table, had their tie with Lanner on Saturday postponed.