ANDREW THOMAS conceded that Airbus were “nowhere near” top form as Colwyn Bay caused an upset by securing a 1-0 extra-time win.

There was very little between the two teams, but it was Cymru North outfit Colwyn Bay who progressed as Tom McCready curled home from distance.

Wingmakers assistant Thomas said: “There was nothing much in the game, but we were nowhere near our best.”

James Hooper had a chance to win the tie two minutes from the end of normal time for Airbus, but fired wide.

And with Airbus missing the likes of Dave Roberts, Ryan Edwards, Curtis Strong and Steve Tomassen, the Seagulls soared into round four.

“We are on an awful run with injuries and suspensions,” added Thomas, pictured.

Bay boss Craig Hogg was delighted with his side’s battling display and the home fans’ backing.

He tweeted: “Unbelievable support from the @ColwynBay faithful tonight. Thank you. Our dressing room gives their all for the shirt week in week out and I’m very proud of every single one of them. Some club to be part of.”

Bay’s Matthew Russell was equally thrilled to be in the hat for the next round, writing:

“The morning after the night before...what a win for @ColwynBayFC. We didn’t play particularly well, but sometimes it comes down to heart & desire...and we have that in abundance.”

Carmarthen also suffered a cup upset as Lee Trundle inspired Ammanford to a 4-0 away win.

Gavin Jones struck twice to put Ammanford in control, before former Swansea City and Wrexham striker Trundle bagged a late brace to secure a memorable victory.

Wes Baynes scored a stoppage time stunner as 10-man Aberystwyth overcame lower league Ruthin 2-1.