CAERNARFON Town manager Sean Eardley was “over the moon” as his side secured one of the best results in the club’s history.

The Canaries came away from their clash at JD Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints with a sensational 1-0 victory, ending a winless run of six games with a dramatic Nathan Craig penalty on 86 minutes.

This continues their excellent start to life in the top flight, but Eardley stated “this result means nothing” if they cannot build on it on home soil against Cardiff Met on Saturday in front of the S4C Sgorio cameras (5.15pm).

He said: “I’m over the moon and I would like to go on record and say that result was for the supporters.

“We were disappointed last week and a lot of the players were hurting, but I trust them and have a lot of admiration for them and it was a fantastic way to mark my one-year anniversary in the role.

“TNS are a fantastic side and the way they knock the ball around is sublime, but we were terrific, stuck to our guns and restricted them to a few opportunities.

“We weathered a pretty big storm in the first half and thought we were a bit braver in the second, but a bit of magic from Noah (Edwards) got us the penalty and Nathan remain ice cool to put it away.

“I thought every single one of my players were unbelievable and it was hard to get them back up after Carmarthen last week because it did dent their mood and morale.

“We went over the goals and dug a few of them out for not taking responsibility but they have all taken it on the chin and responded.

“This is a famous win but it means nothing if we do not prepare right this week ahead of the home game against a very good Cardiff Met team.”