HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle was delighted with his side's excellent win at Weymouth.

Goals from John Mills and James Bowen saw the Bulls ease to a 2-0 win, while goalkeeper Martin Horsell also saved a second half penalty.

"I thought the way they popped the ball around was neat and tidy," said Beadle.

"There were two good footballing teams, but I thought we were a bit more mature and strong.

"The clean sheet was well deserved, we scored two goals and it could have been more.

"I thought we were really good going forward and we got behind them so many teams, we just couldn't find that final ball.

"I don't think there will be too many teams coming here and win 2-0.

"We really stepped it up in the second half and another day, we could have got a couple more."

Beadle explained that he watched a video of Weymouth striker Brandon Goodship scoring a penalty against Frome Town earlier this season.

And Goodship went the same way when facing Horsell.

"It was a great penalty save from Horse so it's worthwhile doing your homework," added Beadle.

"We saw him take a penalty and we told Horse before the game."

However, Beadle was disappointed with the foul committed by Bowen that led to the penalty.

"I did shout at him five minutes after his goal to focus and stay disciplined, but the lad got inside of him and he shouldn't be able to do that," said Beadle.

"If it's a foul, it's a foul and he's got to do better that."