CEFN DRUIDS completed a memorable comeback to win 3-2 at Penybont.

Rhys Griffiths’ Penybont were in total command at the break as Matthew Jones and Daniel Griffiths handed the home side a 2-0 advantage.

But Druids aren’t fazed by falling behind and Huw Griffiths’ Ancients halved the deficit through Tyrone Ofori.

Alec Mudimu then levelled matters after Nathan Wood had been dismissed.

And Druids made their dominance and man advantage tell in the dying stages as James Davies continued his fine scoring form with the winner.

Caernarfon Town bounced back from defeat to Druids by securing a 2-0 home success over rock-bottom Carmarthen Town.

Goals in either half from former Wrexham youngster Leo Smith and Darren Thomas handed Caernarfon all three points.

There was some bad news for Caernarfon however, midfielder Jamie Crowther suffering a nasty facial injury.

Ex-Connah’s Quay man Crowther tweeted: “So I have a double fracture of my cheekbone and eye socket, have to go in this week for an operation to have it plated.”

Newtown ignited their top-six chances with a 1-0 home success over Cardiff Met.

Knowing a win would close the gap to sixth placed Cardiff Met to just two points, Joe Kenton delivered the key goal for Chris Hughes’ Robins.

Newtown successfully bounced back from a below-par performance in a 2-0 defeat to Airbus six days earlier, Hughes saying: “I feel a lot better than I did when I spoke to you last Saturday. It’s been a tough week because it wasn’t acceptable, but I thought the players were ever so good.”