AIRBUS remain at the foot of the table after they lost by the odd goal in five to Caernarfon.

Andy Owens capitalised on an under-hit backpass from ex-Wingmaker Mike Pearson and Ryan Edwards found the net as Airbus twice went in-front.

But an own goal from Dave Roberts, which came just a minute before Airbus’s second, and strikes from Darren Thomas and Jamie Breese snatched victory for Caernarfon.

Visiting manager Sean Eardley was delighted to leave the Airfield with all three points after a lively final 20 minutes, during which there were four goals score.

“I thought we were very good from start to finish,” said Eardley. “But we conceded sloppy goals.

“Once we got ourselves back in it I thought we would kick on, but to concede a minute after was disappointing.

“Once the equaliser went in for 2-2 the fans got behind us and I thought we could kick on and thankfully Breese has gone through and scored.

“The lads showed character, I’ve said from day one that the spirit is there and the togetherness remains.”

Penybont gave The New Saints a run for their money as they reigning champions were made to come from behind to claim a 2-1 home win.

Kane Owen gave Penybont a first-half lead, but Aeron Edwards levelled on the hour mark and Adrian Cieslewicz won it for Scott Ruscoe’s Saints.

Simon Spender, introduced at the interval alongside scorer Edwards, knew Saints had been in a real battle against Penybont.

“It was a tough game, they came with a plan and it worked,” said the former Wrexham full-back.

“We struggled to make chances and they caught us on the break, so it wasn’t one of our best first halves.”

The win moved Saints on to nine points, leaving them in third spot.

Cardiff Met and Barry Town United are locked on 10 points apiece at the top of the table following respective 1-0 wins against Newtown and Carmarthen.

Will Evans struck Cardiff Met’s winner, while Clayton Green was the Barry scorer.