Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League stars that stood out over the past week.
Will Fuller (Cardiff Met)
Another clean sheet for Will Fuller who hasn’t conceded in half of Cardiff Met’s WPL games this season. The students climb up to 3rd place and are still unbeaten at home in the league in 2017/18.
Jack Lewis (Prestatyn)
Three Jack’s and two Liam’s were the scorers at the Motion Finance Stadium on Saturday, and it was Jack Lewis with the pick of the lot with thunderous left-footed strike from distance. The Seasiders’ left-back is a fan favourite at Prestatyn, and with goals like that in his locker it’s no surprise.
Chris Baker (Cardiff Met)
One goal was enough to seal the points at Cyncoed on Sunday and it was Chris Baker with his third of the season that claimed it. The Archers have had a solid start to the season and haven’t conceded more than once in their last seven games.
James Demetriou (Bangor City)
James Demetriou got off to a flyer in a Bangor City shirt as he scored on his debut to clinch all three points at Bala on Saturday. Bangor had not won any of their last six league matches at Maes Tegid (since 2012) and have now returned to the top of the WPL table.
Greg Draper (The New Saints)
Following a midweek brace against Flint Town in the League Cup, Greg Draper scored another double at the weekend as The New Saints saw off Elgin City to reach the Irn Bru Cup quarter finals. His first goal was a cracker as he turned his man skilfully before firing the ball past the keeper into the roof of the net.
On this day in 1966, Swansea Town played their first European match on home soil as Slavia Sofia visited the Vetch.