WELSHPOOL manager Tomi Morgan is backing Porthmadog to start climbing the table after seeing his side well beaten by the Traeth men.
The visitors were well worth their first points of the season against a jaded looking Pool side who suffered their first loss in six outings.
“Porthmadog are a decent side with some good players and won’t be down there long,” said Morgan.
Pool, forced into defensive changes after having two players sent off in midweek, soon found themselves breached when Paul Roberts headed home a Carl Owen cross.
The hosts did carve a couple of openings with Steve Rogers and Ross Jefferies being denied while Calvin Davies also went close.
The rampant visitors had to wait until the 76th minute until keeper Ged McGuigan could only help in Roberts’ header following Owen’s cross.
And victory was sealed in the closing moments when Owen broke free to fire his side’s third past McGuigan.