Tom Killick believes Taunton’s plan to “smash it from back-to-front and play for set-pieces” proved “effective” as Poole Town fell to a 1-0 Southern League South home defeat.

The Peacocks are now five points ahead of Dolphins in fifth having played three games more, after Rocky Neal scrambled home from a corner to seal the spoils for the visitors on 74 minutes.

Defeat was Poole’s fourth loss in six games in all competitions.

Assessing the contest, Killick told the club website: “They (Taunton) do what they do and it’s effective.

“They just smash it from back-to-front and play for set-pieces and they scored from one.

“So fair play, that’s what they do and it works for them.”

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