The loss was Bridgwater's first of the season, ending a run of more than 20 games without defeat. But Town manager Richard Fey admitted his side were second best on the day.
Midfielder Chris Allen was Bath's star performer, scoring twice and also setting up David Pratt for the game's opening goal. After the game he spoke to ITV reporter Seth Conway
For Bath, the game was a chance to put their disappointing league form to one side and moved a step closer to a meeting with a team from the Football League. A run in the cup could also be important to the club's finances, as manager Lee Howells explained.
Bath City are just one win away from the FA Cup first round after winning 3-0 at Bridgwater in the third qualifying round. Two goals from midfielder Chris Allen and a header from striker David Pratt put the visitors in control of the tie inside the first 30 minutes. Commentary from Seth Conway
Players at beleaguered Truro City say they're prepared to stay at the club - until next week's takeover deadline, despite not being paid. There had been speculation the entire squad would walk out after last night's game against Bath City.
But the players have agreed to stay on for the time being, hoping a buyer can be found. If no-one comes forward, it could mean last night's match was the final one in the club's history.
Bath City beat Buckland Athletic 2-1 to advance to the third qualifying round of the FA Cup. The Romans also won £4,500 in prize money. After their victory in Devon, manager Adie Britton spoke to Jeff Welch
Bath City football club is to call its stadium the Mayday Trust Park next season. The club put the naming rights to Twerton Park stadium up for grabs in a fundraising prize draw with tickets costing 50 pounds