CEFN Druids manager Huw Griffiths was pleased as punch with the way his side responded as they came from behind to record their first away victory of the season with a 3-2 triumph against Carmarthen Town.
An own goal from Matty Owen along with a Luke Bowen effort had the Old Gold two-up by the break – only for the Druids to hit back in the second half through Alec Mudimu, Owen and James Davies.
“I thought we were the better side in the first half and I was disappointed to be 2-0 down,” said Griffiths.
“We had 10 or 11 corners and generally dominated, but it didn’t look like we were going to score.
“I had to raise my voice at half time to get the boys to improve certain things.
“I’m a really proud manager at the moment.”
The top-of-the-table clash between Connah’s Quay and Barry Town United ended 2-2.
Michael Bakare’s low drive put the Nomads ahead on 18 minutes but two goals in as many minutes before the break from Mo Touray turned the game on its head.
However sub Rob Hughes smashed home a second for Andy Morrison’s side after 76 minutes to make sure of a point.
Connah’s Quay still have the edge on Barry by virtue of a better goal difference and are three points clear of The New Saints – who received another blow to their title defence after a 1-0 defeat by Caernarfon Town at Park Hall.
Nathan Craig’s late penalty handed the champions their first home defeat of the season and leaves them winless in three.
Elsewhere Bala Town ran out 4-2 winners at Llandudno while Newtown thrashed bottom club Llanelli Town 7-1.
Cardiff Met host Aberystwyth Town this afternoon (2.30pm).