COUNTY manager Wayne Jones came away from last Tuesday’s league tussle against Barry reeling at referee Benjamin Williams who he felt lost control of the game.

County went ahead through Kyle Patten but Barry hit back, equalising through captain Kayne McLaggon who volleyed in Lee Idzi’s clearance to steel a point for the Linnets.

County manager Jones was unimpressed by the referee’s performance.

“I thought he was poor for both teams.

“From our point of view he issues card after card, I think it was three yellow cards in the second half and from there he loses the game and I think the pressure got to him to be honest.”

Idiz was back between the sticks with Wojciech Gajda dropped to the bench after the 6-0 drubbing by TNS, but it was Idzi’s poor clearance that allowed Barry to equalise.

Kyle Patten scored the opener in a special night for the defender who was playing against his brother Jamie in midfield for Barry.

Jones said the bid centre-half is coming into his own after a run of fine performances.

“He is settling in and playing regular. We are seeing the player I know I was signing. He is disciplined, he is marshalling, he is winning headers."