LLANDUDNO manager Matthew Jones has challenged his side to develop a ruthless streak following their 3-2 loss at Guilsfield.

The JD Cymru North side blew a two-goal lead in the second period to ensure they had nothing to show from a dazzling first half display, leaving Tudno in tenth spot as they prepare for a trip to basement dwellers Llanfair United on Saturday.

Jones, said: “It’s extremely disappointing to lose a game that for 65 minutes we felt in total control of.

“At 2-0 we have to see it out and get the three points. This season is about us developing and building, and we are young group and are still learning about each other.

“The key is that we learn from this experience and ensure that we develop that ruthless streak and not let it happen again.

“It’s easy after a result like that, and the way it happened, to only focus on the negatives but there were some real positives.

“I felt our first half performance was superb, we could and probably should have scored more and I felt that we absolutely controlled the game.

“The two forwards where a handful and we looked really strong as a group and as a team. Like I said this season is about building and these experiences can only make us stronger.”

The visitors made a positive opening to the contest and went ahead on 16 minutes when talisman Danny Hughes continued his exceptional form in front of goal this season with another clinical finish.

They manged to go into the break two goals to the good when a fine header from Dean Seager after 41 minutes doubled Tudno’s tally, but things took a turn for the worse following the interval that began with Steve Blenkinsop turning in a Callum Bromley cross with 74 on the clock.

This was swiftly followed by another which came courtesy of Blenkinsop’s second of the afternoon, and the Guils’ extraordinary comeback was complete on 84 minutes thanks to a successful strike from Adam Jenkins.