MANAGER Andrew Thomas was delighted to end a run of six defeats on the bounce with Sunday's Welsh Premier win over Cefn Druids.
"I'm very pleased, I though out first half performance was outstanding," Thomas said.
"We started the second half really well and probably could have got the fourth goal but then I think the lads tired and they put a bit of pressure on which always happens when they are chasing the game. But I'm pleased to get a win against a good team.
"The difference today was that scored, in previous games we've been creating chances but giving away goals but today we didn't make any mistakes, our back four were tremendous.
"The last few minutes were a bit nerve wracking but I thought we defended well."
Asked whether this game could be regarded as turning point for the season, Thomas added: "Yes, but I think our performances have been good, we've just made mistakes.
"It feels like we've only done 45 minutes because we are playing them again in such a short period on Tuesday.
"We tried to get it put back to Wednesday but the league wouldn't let us so we might have to make changes because there is not a lot of time for the lads to get recovery."
Photo: Druids' Steve Blenkinsop and the Wingmakers' Jamie Menagh challenge for the ball.