CAERSWS manager Mike Barton admits further changes are on the cards after seeing his side rooted to the foot of the table following their fourth straight defeat.
After former Bluebird Chris Venables had broken the deadlock with an individual effort on the stroke of half time, Welshpool completed their third victory on their travels with second-half goals from Ross Jefferies and substitute Mike Thompson.
And Barton, desperate to find a combination that can stop the early rot, is promising more comings and goings this week with midfielder Andy Davies set to return to his old club.
”We’re working hard to bring people in and there will be a few players leaving this week,” he said.
“A lot of the lads are inexperienced, but in the first half they held their own and had a couple of chances. They really needed to score first but then gave away a poor goal.”
The game turned four minutes into first-half stoppage time. There appeared to be little danger as Venables took possession wide on the right, but the midfielder shrugged off two defenders before cutting in and driving his low left-foot shot into the far corner.
After that Caersws faded as Welshpool took charge once Jefferies had headed home on the hour following Richard Harris’ cross from the left.
Graham Evans had one close range effort blocked for the hosts late on but substitute Thompson sealed victory in injury time.