ANDY MORRISON has promised his Connah’s Quay Nomads’ squad an uncomfortable review of their dramatic 2-1 victory at Caernarfon Town.

Nomads needed a stoppage time penalty from Callum Morris, below, to secure all three points at The Oval, where the game finished in farcical scenes as Callum Roberts and Lewis Brass saw red for Morrison’s men and Noah Edwards was dismissed for the hosts.

Asked what he can take from the win, boss Morrison declared: “Three points. That’s it really. I look at my management book in interviews after performances like that and it probably says to come out with the positives, paint a good picture and take the three points.

“But I can’t take anything from the game apart from the three points, because that’s nowhere near good enough.

“We’ve achieved things over many seasons and it’s been about organisation, desire and a better mentality than the opposition and there are too many players floating through at the moment.

“The first half an hour was just not good enough. We will look at the video in-depth and people will be held accountable, because I won’t just brush it under the carper, I can’t accept that.

“We are champions of this league and if you’re champions then every single game has got to be your last game of football, the biggest game of your career.

“There’s too many that are not thinking in that way, it’s just another game, drift into training next week, there’s another game and carry on like that week after week.

“It’s not good enough and I’m really, really disappointed, because I was excited coming into the game.”

Former Nomad, Mike Hayes, gave Caernarfon a lead that was cancelled out by Michael Wilde after Brayden Shaw and Aron Williams had been introduced from the bench by Morrison.

“I thought the two substitutions were huge,” he said. “I thought Brayden changed the direction of the game and Aron Williams was very honest and caused them lots of problems.

“Against the run of play we got a foothold in the game after the terrible goal we conceded.

“It was fantastic character to get back in the game.”

While Morrison hailed the character of his team to snatch victory, he promised to dish out fines to Roberts and Brass for their dismissals.

“It’s just the most embarrassing, appalling load of nonsense I’ve ever seen on a pitch,” declared the former Manchester City captain.

“It will be handbags, people pushing, shoving, grabbing and it’s just a load of nonsense.

“There was a foul and the instinct is to go in, but at that stage of the game we are winning and we’ve got the free-kick, so it’s about being clever.

“It’s two young lads who have probably felt it’s the right thing to go and defend their player, but it’s not.

“Caernarfon are hurting after just conceding a penalty, so they are ready for a flare up and it’s a load of nonsense.

“It will be dealt with accordingly because we can’t have that lack of discipline in the club. There will be some fines dished out this week because that’s unacceptable.”

The New Saints made it nine wins in 11 outings with a 2-1 home success over Barry Town.

Louis Robles and Greg Draper scored for Saints, before Nat Jarvis set up a nervy finish.

Robles said: “They put us under a lot of pressure at the end because they are a good side, but I do think we did more than enough to warrant the three points.”

Bala Town came from a goal down to thump Penybont 4-1 and remain five points behind table topping Saints.

Benjamin Ahmun gave Penybont the lead midway through the first period, but that advantage lasted less than 60 seconds as Ismail Yakubu put through his own net.

Chris Venables made it 2-1 from the spot, before Oliver Dalton’s own goal moments later gave Bala control. Will Evans added the Lakesiders’ fourth in the second period.

Marc Williams’ opener for Aberystwyth was cancelled out by Ashton Ajibola-Gleed as Cardiff Met picked up a point.