A FINE individual effort from player- boss Gareth Owen kept Airbus’ unbeaten run intact while leaving Porthmadog still searching for their first points.
The Wingmakers struggled to recreate the form of previous outings but they took the spoils courtesy of Owen and a last minute effort from James McIntosh, after Port were left seething over a disallowed goal.
“I don’t score many from open play so it was pleasing, but the main thing was that the side picked up three points,” said Owen.
“We did not reach the standards that we showed a couple of weeks back, but as long as we keep winning then I’ll be happy.”
Paul Hallows went close in the first period when his angled effort from close range was blocked by the legs of keeper Joe Sagar.
But chances were few and far between in an increasing midfield stalemate before Owen conjured a bit of magic in the 65th minute.
The former Wrexham midfielder picked up the ball from deep, ran on and played a neat one-two with Danny Desormeaux before ghosting his way through the defence and slotting past keeper Sagar.
Port, however, were incensed when former Airbus player Richard Smart drilled home a low 30-yard free kick only for it to be ruled out.
Airbus wrapped up the points when substitute James Hussaney broke down the right, pulled the ball to Alan Hooley who in turn slipped it to McIntosh to rifle home from 10 yards.