NICK JONES was left scratching his head after second from bottom Corwen contrived to lose a game they dominated for long periods.

Harry Pooler made Corwen’s dominance count with the opening goal against fellow strugglers Llangefni, but the visitors rallied to snatch a crucial 2-1 victory.

Jamie Roberts levelled the contest on the stroke of half time, before Matthew Jones secured the three points that moved Llangefni level with Gresford.

Assistant manager Jones bemoaned the fact his side came away empty handed, saying: “I don’t know how you can dominate like we did in the first-half and lose.

“We were in complete control for 43 minutes, we scored and created another three good chances to score.

“I said that those misses would come back to haunt us and they did because we can’t afford to control a game and concede two minutes before half time.

“Llangefni are no better than us, but they managed to get a goal before half time and then they’ve scored with their only other chance in the second-half.

“The second goal was an absolute disaster for us and we couldn’t create enough chances to try and pick up a point.

“We didn’t really come out of the changing room in the second-half, which was disappointing because it was the first time we’d dominated a game in the first-half.

“I don’t think, on the balance of play, we deserved to lose, but we didn’t deserved to win based on the second-half.”