HUW GRIFFITHS will be an interested viewer when Sgorio airs tonight after Cefn Druids were beaten 2-1 at Barry Town United.

Griffiths' men went ahead inside just 22 seconds through Arek Piskorski, but the game was turned on its' head early in the second-half as Ryan Kershaw was shown a straight red after being adjudged to have fouled Chris Hugh.

Jordan Cotterill then curled a superb equaliser from distance for Barry, who won it in stoppage time through Momodou Touray, who may well have been offside.

Griffiths will wait to watch the incidents back this evening before seeking out referee Mark Petch.

The Druids boss said: "It would be wrong of me to come out and say anything before I get chance to see it back.

"It's the sending off of Ryan that I'm more aggrieved by. It is a little bit high, but he's only got eyes on the ball and he's not the type of player to be going out doing things like that deliberately.

"Mark has said he will phone me up if he's got it wrong, but defeat is tough to take after defending so well all game."

Asked about the Touray winner, Griffiths said: "My first reaction was that he was offside, but I will have to see it again.

"I'm not sure the cameras will help clear up the offside, though. You only get a few different angles when it's a televised game.

"It's more the sending off I want to see, but there have been two big, big decisions for the referee to get right.

"I've got to see the footage before criticising anyone though."

On his side's performance, Griffiths added: "I'm not concerned about performances, but the results aren't going our way.

"We are within touching distance of turning these defeats around."

Druids remain second from bottom with Llanelli rooted to the foot of the table courtesy of their 3-0 loss at Caernarfon.

Danny Brookwell, Jamie Breese and Cai Owen scored second-half goals for Caernarfon.

Aberystwyth Town hit back from two goals down to draw 2-2 at Carmarthen, who led through efforts by Luke Bowen and Liam Thomas.

Ashley Ruane and Declan Walker earned Nev Powell's visitors a share of the spoils.