CONWY Borough’s winning start to the Huws Gray Alliance season ended on Saturday after losing out 2-1 to hosts Guilsfield.
Tom McGill headed Conwy’s best early effort wide as the Tangerines enjoyed the best of the early exchanges, but it was Guilsfield who struck first as Nathan Leonard rifled home on 13 minutes.
A third goal in as many games for Mark Jones brought Borough level on the half hour mark, hitting home after a great through-ball from Josh Griffiths, and Anthony Miley was left frustrated after his headed goal was ruled offside, with the centre-half receiving a booking for his protests.
Conwy remained on top of the game in the second half, but again the hosts pulled in front as Tom Little rounded-off a counter-attack with nine minutes left on the clock.
A day to forget was completed late on when Miley recieved a second yellow card, again for dissent, leaving Conwy boss Chris Herbert disappointed.
“We aren't quite playing to the standard I expect off the lads yet, we missed a lot of chances and failed to get on the end of things, then to make matters worse we had Anthony Miley sent off, which killed any chance we had of getting something from the game.”