FRUSTRATION was the name of the game as Connah's Quay Nomads recorded a 1-0 home win over Cefn Druids.

Nomads boss Andy Morrison was unhappy his side failed to score more than once, while Druids manager Huw Griffiths felt his team could have snatched a point towards the end of a hard-fought battle.

Morrison, who saw Priestley Farquharson's strike settle the contest, said: "The huge positive is we've come away with a 1-0 win and the three points.

"I'm really frustrated, I was really frustrated at the end of the game and I didn't go into the changing room and say anything because I would probably have tainted a win.

"When the opposition push five men up against you with 15 or 20 minutes to go and you win the ball back then you must punish that, what you'd call, lack of respect.

"Too many times our passing was laboured, we gave the ball away and didn't make the right decisions and I find that really frustrating."

Opposite number Griffiths was disappointed that Druids could not find a leveller having thrown the proverbial kitchen sink at Nomads late on.

With the towering Pape Ibrahima Diakhite joined by Cody Ruberto, Druids flung the ball towards the attacking duo whenever possible, but nothing quite fell their way.

"They could have been 3-0 up after six, seven or eight minutes," said Griffiths. "But we showed some resilience and in the last 15 minutes we put them under pressure.

"We know what Connah's Quay are about and we wanted to sneak a draw in the last 15 minutes, but Connah's Quay will be happy that they weathered the storm."