ALL eyes will be on Sgorio as Jordan Evans and James Davies battle it out for one of the goals in Cefn Druids’ impressive 3-1 home win over Cardiff Met.

Former Wrexham and Fulham youngster Evans had already found the net when another effort appeared to double the Druids’ lead.

But Davies is claiming a touch on the effort - as all good strikers do - with him telling his team-mate to watch tonight’s highlights show for proof.

“Think you need to watch the highlights - @Jordan_Evans11 assist,” tweeted Davies in reply to Druids’ account, which insisted that it had confided in the fourth official.

Evans, continuing the good natured exchange, replied: “Correct decision as well. Sorry JD. Two for me thanks guys.”

Druids then suggested that VAR might be a step in the right direction at The Rock, before Davies added: “We will wait for Sgorio on Monday. Sorry Jord but this one will get chalked off.”

There was no disputing Druids’ third goal as Jack Kenny confidently despatched a penalty, before Cardiff Met grabbed a consolation effort through Adam Roscrow.

Llandudno joined Llanelli in being relegated from the top-flight after they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Carmarthen Town.

Knowing a positive result was needed to keep their survival hopes alive for another week, Llandudno were beaten courtesy of first-half efforts from Mael Davies and Liam Thomas.

Steve Thomas, one of a number of summer signings for Llandudno when he made the move from Holywell Town, tweeted his disappointment at the defeat, and subsequent relegation.

He wrote: “Absolutely gutted with how this season has gone, apologise to all @LlandudnoFC.”

Aberystwyth moved above Cardiff Met and into seventh with a 3-2 win at Llanelli.

Wes Baynes, Ashley Ruane and Marc Williams handed Aber a 3-0 lead after 53 minutes, before the rock-bottom visitors made a game of things through Lee Bevan and Joe Clarke, but the home side held firm to pocket the points.