FRUSTRATION was the name of the game as Connah’s Quay Nomads were forced to settle for a point at Penybont.

Andy Morrison’s Nomads headed south looking to secure a 10th victory of the campaign, but Penybont kept their visitors at bay in a goalless draw.

Boss Morrison was pleased with the performance of his side, who were just a goal away from the ideal away display.

“For me it’s the perfect performance apart from the goal,” said Morrison.

“If we get that goal you look back and say ‘our goalkeeper has had a relatively comfortable day, we’ve dominated possession and asked all the questions’.

“But we didn’t find the goal and that’s the only disappointment. I will take nothing away from the lads because I thought some of our interplay and passing was very, very good.

“Credit to Penybont. They came with a deep block and we found ourselves in unfamiliar areas and we didn’t quite have the guile or the time to score.

“I thought the goal was bound to come, but they were very resolute, solid and made it very difficult for us.”

There were a couple of negatives for Nomads, who had Michael Wilde dismissed for two cautions late on and Danny Holmes forced off after just 12 minutes.

On the injury to defender Holmes, Morrison added: “Danny got a right whack on his ankle and he was on crutches at the end of the game.”