CEFN DRUIDS ended a six-game winless run with an impressive 3-1 home success over Caernarfon Town.

Jamie Breese handed Caernarfon the lead at half-time, but Huw Griffiths’ Ancients hit back in style at The Rock.

Druids were aggrieved to be behind at the interval but it was a different story after the break as they made their dominance pay with three unanswered goals.

Alec Mudimu struck the leveller from the spot, before James Davies climbed off the bench to score a quickfire brace.

Griffiths was delighted, saying: “We were fantastic to a man.

“It was an outstanding performance and credit to the boys.

“It’s the best we’ve been this season and we didn’t panic or feel sorry for ourselves when they scored from a mistake.

“We kept going despite falling behind and Alec equalised before electric legs came on and scored twice. James does what he does with two good finishes, and he’s one of the best in the league.

“All of the lads were brilliant though and they must take full credit for the win after coming in for some criticism recently.”

Zimbabwe international Mudimu took to Twitter to voice his delight at a much needed win for Druids.

Mudimu wrote: “Unbelievable team performance. Showed great togetherness and to come back from 1-0 to go on and win 3-1.

“Great feeling and thank you to all the fans who stuck by us during the difficult period. It’s never easy but great to turn it around and back to winning ways #druids.”

Sean Eardley couldn’t hide his frustrations as Caernarfon slipped to a second defeat in the space of three days.

Asked to sum us his thoughts on the performance, Eardley, who was September manager of the month, told Caernarfon’s YouTube channel: “Disappointing. We’ve had words at the end of the game.

“We probably weren’t at our best in the first-half, but still ended up coming in 1-0 up.

“We wanted to go out and nick another one, but it wasn’t to be.

“When you are analysing the goals we’ve conceded they are poor from our point of view.

“We’ve conceded seven in two games after being on the crest of a wave.

“I was asked about the manager of the month curse and sometimes that can hit you.”

Carmarthen remain at the foot of the table after they were held to a goalless draw by visiting Aberystwyth Town.