SWINDON Supermarine boss Dave Webb is looking to banish the memory of cup exits by sealing three league wins on the trot this weekend.

Triumphs over Bristol Manor Farm and Larkhall Athletic has steadied the ship at the Webbswood Stadium after a spell of patchy form amid injuries to several key players.

Marine will aim to continue their form in Southern League West when they travel to Yate Town tomorrow, with top scorer Josh Parsons fit and firing again.

Webb said: “We’ve got to keep it going and we go to Yate, who had a good draw at Evesham (last Saturday).

“There are no easy games in this division, we know that, but we can go there in confident mood after two good games on the spin at home.

“Hopefully we can travel and make it three on the spin.”

Webb admits that October was tough for his Marine side, with the FA Trophy loss to Southern League East outfit Hartley Wintney particularly hard to take.

“You’re always going to have a stage of the season where things don’t go to plan and our exits from the FA Trophy and the FA Cup were probably our lowest points,” Webb said.

“That’s hard for everybody, for me as the manager, the chairman, the players, supporters and everybody on the committee. Everyone deals with it in different ways but the important thing is going out there and putting it behind you and moving on.

“That’s what we’ve done in the last two games.

“We were really disappointed to go out of the Trophy as we did, in front of our own supporters, but that happens in football and it’s how you react.

“To be fair to the lads, they’ve been superb.

“They’ve got two good wins against two good sides now.”

Marine have since climbed to third in the table, only a point off county rivals Salisbury, who they face on Tuesday night in the Wiltshire Senior Cup, immediately above and with a game in hand.

Webb said: “The league is always our priority and we know what we set out to do at the start of the season, which was obviously to be challenging for automatic promotion, let alone the play-offs.

“With two promotion spots up for grabs, as well as a play-off spot, it’s a good opportunity for everybody to have a good go and get into that Premier Division, which is what our target has always been.

“I think we’ve got the players to do it but I think it’s just about gaining that consistency.

“I think we’ve got six more games in November to play, so it’s going to be tough.”

Meanwhile, former Swindon Town midfielder Lee Marshall has left Supermarine to join West rivals North Leigh.