Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League stars that stood out over the weekend.
Will Fuller – Cardiff Met
Will Fuller appears in Sgorio’s 5-on-form for the second time this season after Cardiff Met’s 0-2 win over Aberystwyth. Fuller secured his second clean sheet of the season after two great saves to deny Geoff Kellaway both sides of the half.
Jamie Mullan – The New Saints
After a disappointing opening weekend of the season, The New Saints have gone on to will their last four games in all competitions. Jamie Mullan played a pivotal role in Friday’s 4-0 win over Cefn Druids scoring the opener and assisting in the second.
Laurence Wilson – Bangor City
A great Wilson free-kick secured the three points for the Citizens against Carmarthen over the weekend. This was Wilson’s first goal in the Welsh Premier League this season in Bangor’s third win of the season.
Michael Wilde – Connah’s Quay
Wilde scored the only goal of the game in Connah’s Quay’s 1-0 win over Bala Town. This was Wilde’s 157th Welsh Premier League goal – lifting him up to 6th in the Welsh Premier League’s all-time top scorers list.
Kayne McLaggon – Barry Town United
McLaggon scored twice in Barry’s first win of the season over Newtown (2-0), these were his first Welsh Premier League goals after a summer move from Merthyr Tydfil.
Ar y diwrnod yma ym 1961 chwaraeodd Cymru gêm rhagbrofol Cwpan y Byd yn erbyn Sbaen ar Barc Ninian, Caerdydd.