WELSHPOOL marked their first home appearance of the season in winning fashion as second-half goals from Ross Jefferies and Chris Venables put paid to Bangor.
The mid-Wales hosts struggled to get into their stride in the first half, but struck when it mattered after the break to clinch their fourth straight win.
“Having got nine points out of 12 on the road, it was important to win our first home game,” said manager Tomi Morgan.
“We started okay, but then lost the plot and if we had not defended well we could have found ourselves a couple of goals down at half time.
“But we played a lot better in the second half, and scored a couple of good goals.”
It was veteran striker Jefferies who made the breakthrough on 56 minutes, the striker meeting Geraint Windsor’s right wing cross with a firm header.
And Chris Venables doubled the margin in the 69th minute, the midfielder bagging his fourth goal in as many games when drilling his left-foot volley into the bottom left hand corner from the edge of the box.
From then on, Bangor’s challenge faded and the game degenerated into an increasingly niggly affair that produced eight bookings by referee Darren Adie.
The visitors had shaded a keenly contested in the first period, Kieran Killackey’s crisp 20-yarder was well saved by the diving Ged McGuigan while Chris Sargent curled a free kick narrowly over the bar.