Bangor prove too much for The Ancients
Druids headed into this fixture on a high following a impressive performance away at Cyncoed against Cardiff Met taking all 3 points.
Bangor, never easy opposition find themselves in a strong position challenging for the top spots in the league. The two sides have already met home and away in the 1st phase of fixtures with the travelling sides proving victorious, an Alec Mudimu wonder goal proving the difference at Nantporth for Druids.
Druids came out quickly, forcing Matthew Hall into a save within the first couple of minutes. Gary Taylor-Fletcher then had a header saved by Jones, before the Druids keeper then produced another stop to deny Dean Rittenberg. Druids then had a chance to free Ruane, but Hall came out quickly to clear before the forward could get to the ball.
James Davies then found space for the home side in behind the Bangor defence, his curling effort saved by Hall. Nathan Peate and Matty Owen then had half chances to score, before the game turned just before half-time, as Bangor grabbed two quick goals. Steven Hewitt got both of them: the first a deflected strike from the edge of the box, the second a penalty in first half injury time after a foul on Yves Zama.
FT: Druids 0-2 Bangor
(Steven Hewitt 44', 45+2')
Referee: Iwan Griffith