NEWTOWN end their JD Welsh Premier campaign at Barry Town United tonight (Friday).

A run of four consecutive defeats looks set to consign the Robins to sixth place in the league with manager Chris Hughes disappointed at last week’s defeat to Bala Town.

The Robins have also conceded 15 goals in their last four games with Hughes adamant such a record was not good enough.

“We were good at home in the first phase of the season but we need to get back to basics now,” said Hughes. “To concede off two set pieces against Bala was infuriating.

“We played much better than previous weeks and created chances in the second-half but our failure to make the most of them allowed Bala back into the game and they made the most of it.

“Overall it was not a bad display but we need to tidy things up.”

Meanwhile defender Callum Roberts scooped the supporters’ player of the season award following the Bala defeat.

Roberts joined the club from Shrewsbury Town in the summer and earned a C international cap against England earlier in the season.

“Callum has had a really good season and it is pleasing to see him win the award,” said Hughes.