DAVE Webb admitted he could have few causes for complaint after Swindon Supermarine ensured August would be chalked down as an unbeaten month with a 2-1 victory over Cirencester Town this afternoon.

Marine made it four games unbeaten at the start of the Evo-Stik League South West campaign as Josh Parsons and Brad Hooper's penalty wrapped up the points against their local rivals at the Webbswood Stadium.

Webb's side also have a decent chance of further progress in the FA Cup, with a first qualifying round tie at Hellenic League Tuffley Rovers this coming weekend, and while the manager insisted further improvement is on the cards from his squad, he saw little reason to nit-pick after completing a 100 per cent win record over the bank holiday weekend, following Saturday's 1-0 win at Bideford.

"It wasn't a classic performance but I can't be too critical because we're unbeaten to this point and still in the FA Cup,'' said Webb.

"We've got two wins and two draws and although I would like the level of performance to be better, the lads have done well.

"We ground out the win really and there is so much more to come from this group of players so it is all very encouraging.''

Marine grabbed the lead when Saturday's match winner Josh Parsons pounced on a rebound after TJ Bohane's fierce strike was saved.

But Ciren were level within minutes when, having had an effort ruled out for offside, Alan Griffin fired home the equaliser.

Hooper netted what proved to be the winner from the spot five minutes into the second half after Bohane was fouled and Ryan Campbell, Bohane and Parsons all had further opportunities to make the scoreline even more comfortable.