SAINTS SUFFER FIRST LEAGUE DEFEAT
SAINTS' boss Ken McKenna admitted to being shellshocked after his side lost for the first time in 26 league matches, to improving Caernarfon at Treflan.
"We looked tired and jaded and the attitude of the players disappointed me, but I'm not going to criticise them after such a great run," he said.
"Being in our position is a new experience for us. It's how we handle it is the important thing but, take nothing away from Caernarfon, who played really well."
This was Caernarfon's first away win in 18 matches. The defeat knocks TNS off top perch, Barry Town replacing them on goal difference but they have played two more games.
Former Bangor City striker Chris Moores put the Canaries ahead just before the interval and Carl Rogers sealed a famous win, five minutes from time.