Posted: 10.03.21 at 11:33 by Alex Jones
Penybont defeated Barry Town 1-0 on the club's return to Jenner Park.
An uneventful and goalless first-half gave way to a highly "frustrating" second.
Captain Clayton Green was sent off in controversial circumstances for bearing his studs while lunging for a ball in the 63rd minute.
Penybont's Sam Snaith then hammered in a stunning strike from outside the box against the 10-man Town 15 minutes later.
The visitors were then able to survive a late flurry from Town with last ditch defending.
Town are now 5th in the table with 27 points, falling behind Penybont who are level on points but have a game in hand.
The result ended Town's unbeaten home run of seven games.
Barry Town's Twitter page said:
"A frustrating night as we are beaten by a second half Sam Snaith strike. We ended the game with 10 men following a very harsh red card for Clayton Green.
"We go again Saturday. Time to stick together.
"Credit to @PenybontFC_ for their performance this evening, have a safe journey home."
The club's next fixture is a 2:30 home kick off against Aberystwyth on Saturday.
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