Frome Town Dunstable Officials xx xx xx Match Sponsor xx Ball Sponsor xx   Saturday February 28th 2015 Dunstable Town Away Saturday 28th February 2015 Evo-Stik Southern Premier Dunstable Town 0 Frome Town 4 Frome Scorers: Cooper (21),( 50) Smith (5), (55) Dunstable Scorers: None Crowd: 93 Star Man: Mark Cooper Entertainment Value: 5/5 An excellent Frome Town team performance saw them return with a deserved three points after a comprehensive 4-0 win at Dunstable that will go a long way to helping them break away from the relegation zone. A slight change in personnel and formation certainly did the trick for Adrian Foster as he moved Anthony Tonkin to centre half with the returning Dylan Bonella slotting back in at left back.  This allowed Rhys Baggridge to move forward into midfield who performed superbly in front of the back two. There was also a welcome return to action of striker Ben Thompson after a long spell out through injury. The Robins started brightly and took the lead in the 5th minute as Matt Smith let fly from 25 yards and with the aid of a slight deflection took the ball past the keeper. Dunstables Adam Watkins found himself in space two minutes later but a superb block from the flailing leg of Jack Vallis prevented any goal scoring opportunity. The advantage was doubled for Frome in the 22nd minute as a patient buildup eventually saw Smith fire a ball down the right wing, Mark Cooper won the ball in the air and after shrugging off a challenge sent a shot into the net at the near post. A superb defensive header by Fromes Anthony Tonkins clearing off his own goal line from a left wing cross kept the two goal advantage at the break. After the half-time interval the Robins came out looking to extend their lead and after Jon Vance controlled well on the edge of the area he set up Lewis Haldane whose shot flew just past the post with keeper Charlie May well beaten. May was lucky to remain on the pitch on 50 minutes as a dangerous two footed lunge on Vance outside the area went unpunished by the match referee but the loose ball was picked up by Thompson on the right and on the touchline he stepped inside and curled an exquisite effort towards the empty net, it was too high for the defender rushing back but it struck the bar and came down striking the unknowing defender on the head and fell harmlessly behind for a corner. The third goal arrived on 52 minutes as Frome burst forward and Cooper found himself in the unusual role as being the furthest forward and unleashed a cool shot that beat May comfortably. Thompson's work for the day was done and was withdrawn as a precaution following his long spell out and was replaced by Ricky Hulbert although it wasn't long until the Robins would be on the score sheet again. The fourth goal arrived to the delight of the travelling support as a Jon Vance free kick wasn't punched far enough by May and Smith was on hand to volley home from 15 yards through the crowded area. The rampant Frome side continued to search for more goals and Cooper almost completed his hat-trick as he burst forward and his powerful shot flew inches over the bar while Hulbert also went close with a header from a Vance corner that was cleared off the line by David Lynn. With 20 minutes left Terry Dixon found himself in space on the edge of the area for the hosts and his low shot beat Darren Chitty but not the post and 8 minutes later the same player found the exact same part of the post with an identical effort which landed back in the hands of Chitty. In the closing stages Chitty was determined to keep the Robins first clean sheet on their travels this season and pulled off a stunning save to deny Gary Wharton, arching his back and tipping over superbly at full stretch. The Robins fully deserved their three points and will give them plenty of confidence going into their next game against Hungerford Town where they hope plenty of people will make use of the PAY WHAT YOU WANT deal as the Club look to get 500 through the turnstiles. The H&B Tyres Man of the Match went to Mark Cooper for an excellent display at full back that saw him twice on the scoresheet. Prog Sponsor xx