Trollope upbeat despite defeat
Simon Cox's 29th and 30th goals of the season book-ended out Daryl Duffy's strike for the Pirates but first-team coach Trollope was happy to see his side perform well despite their mid-table position. "We showed a spirit that is sometimes missing from a team in mid-table," he said. "An early setback gave us defensive problems and we had to reshuffle the back four which was a bit makeshift in the end. "Aaron Lescott played very well and Cox was always a threat but Aaron dealt with it well. "In the second half we looked as though we would contain Swindon but we played a full part in the game and it was a cruel way to concede the winner."
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