HOW could Cefn Druids gain a positive outcome this weekend?

Maybe they should imagine that tomorrow's hosts Barry Town United are lying second in the Cymru Premier League!

Druids have only managed to secure two points in the league so far this season - and they both came against a side that was second in the table.

Andy Turner's charges brilliantly secured a 1-1 draw at Bala Town to pick up their first point of the season and Druids' last run-out saw them secure a 1-1 outcome from their meeting with high-flying Flint Town United.

"I have come into the position and we have had six games," said Turner.

"It's four defeats and two draws.

"Four out of the six games, you're thinking 'why didn't we get more out of the game?'

"The last game against Flint was really good.

"Everyone did their job properly.

"I stripped it back and said I wanted a bit of pay back.

"I wanted to see the group go out and stretch themselves to a level.

"I wanted to see a reaction from the two games and I did."

Although it was a positive outcome from the meeting with Flint, interim boss Turner warned: "I'm not saying this is a turning point, but it's something to hold on to.

"The opposition we were playing was very respectful to us.

"I just stripped it back and said 'this is what we're doing and how we're going to do it'.

"The players understood it and we did it to a degree that we deserved what we got.

"It was a fantastic performance compared to the last two performances we have had.

"I hope we can carry on."

Looking ahead to tomorrow's league encounter, Turner added: "We will go about our business. We will respect who we are playing.

"But I go into these games with no fear and I want my players to be like that.

"But we need to do the basics right and if we get the basics right, we can get something from the game.

"We need a bit of consistency and a bit of belief.

"It's about the players.

"I helped them, but every good performance isn't me - it's the players."