HUW GRIFFITHS bemoaned Cefn Druids' 2-2 draw with Llandudno - insisting his side "shouldn't have to score three goals to win at home".

Dean Rittenberg opened the scoring for Druids, were were pegged back by the break courtesy of Alun Webb's strike for Llandudno.

Jack Kenny restored Druids' advantage, but the lead lasted less than 60 seconds as substitute Sam Dool levelled for the visitors.

A point keeps Druids' 10 clear of second from bottom Llandudno with five games remaining, but Griffiths couldn't help but be disappointed not to win.

"We created enough chances to win a couple of games," said Griffiths. "I'm disappointed because we could have been three, four or five goals up at half time.

"They hit us on the counter, which we knew they were capable of, but we shouldn't have to score three goals to win at home.

"But we didn't lose, which is important."

With a 10-point cushion and a better goal difference than Llandudno, are Druids safe from the threat of relegation?

"A win would have guaranteed that we stayed up," said Griffiths. "We probably need another result now from our last five games.

"We want to beat Llanelli in a couple of weeks and make sure we are safe as soon as possible."

Adam Roscrow scored four times as Cardiff Met recorded a 4-0 success over Llanelli, whose brief stay in the top-flight is drawing to a close.

Aberystwyth Town are two points behind Cardiff Met after beating Carmarthen Town 3-2.

Ryan Wollacott, Geoff Kellaway and a Lee Surman own goal handed Aber the points, with Luke Bowen and Liam Thomas making a game of it for the third from bottom Old Gold.

At the other end of the table, Noah Edwards scored the only goal of the game as Caernarfon defeated Bala Town 1-0.

Bala boss Colin Caton was critical of his side's performance against a Caernarfon team playing to their maximum.

"They played to their limits," said Caton of Caernarfon. "Not many of their team would get into ours, but it's not about individual players, it's about a team performance and they are playing to the best of their abilities.

"Fair play to them, they know how to win a game of football, but we need to be better."

Colwyn Bay, meanwhile, have confirmed that they will submit an application to the Football Association of Wales to join the Welsh pyramid next season.

A vote by shareholders ruled in favour of leaving the England system to return to their home country's.

An application to the FAW will now be made this week and the club expect to be told on March 29 which tier of the Welsh system - either two or three - they will be allocated.

Chairman Bill Murray said: "What I want most is to see this football club survive and I am pleased that a decision has been taken that I believe gives us the best chance of achieving that.

"The immediate task is to focus on seeing out the remainder of the season, and then work starts in earnest on formulating a plan to take the club forward."