LLANGEFNI remain pointless after half a dozen outings in their new surroundings but manager Adie Jones can see light at the end of the tunnel.

He said: “We were gutted to leave Neath with nothing. The lads deserved more than that after an encouraging performance and there could be better times ahead.

“Chris Jones scored what looked to be a perfectly good goal on 12 minutes, but that was disallowed.

“Then we had two shots against the bar and a post.

“For a change, after the criticism I gave them in the previous match, the defence were solid and Craig Hogg, making his comeback after a year out, was fantastic.

“We just had no luck whatsoever, even though we created six or seven chances, while Neath had just three or four and yet scored twice.”

Llangefni shaded the first 45 minutes with nothing to show for it and then the sides were evenly matched until Neath suddenly landed a double whammy, when sub Carl Shaw scored from six yards following a corner on 66 minutes and Richard French tore through the middle to fire home a second.