Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League stars that stood out over the past week.
Will Fuller (Cardiff Met)
Will Fuller keeps his place in the 5-on-form after a solid display for Cardiff Met which saw the students claim a second victory over league leaders Bangor City this season. The Archers showed great character to come back from 2-0 down to win 2-3 and to climb up to 2nd place in the table.
Jordan Evans (Bala Town)
Colin Caton breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday night as Bala Town won for the first time since August. Jordan Evans scored in each half against Newtown to bring the Lakesiders’ run of six games without a victory to an end.
Jamie Mullan (The New Saints)
Jamie Mullan has been one of the brightest sparks in the WPL this season, causing a constant threat down the TNS flanks. It was a very one-sided affair against Prestatyn over the weekend where Mullan grabbed his third goal of the season and made his fourth assist for the champions.
Ryan Wignall (Connah’s Quay)
Ryan Wignall has been a livewire for Connah’s Quay this season, and he really made the difference for the Nomads against Carmarthen as he scored once and created the winner for Andy Morrison’s men. Like Jamie Mullan, Wignall has created four goals this season and is joint-top of the assist chart.
Eliot Evans (Cardiff Met)
Eliot Evans could count himself unlucky not to make last week’s 5-on-form after a fine performance against Llandudno… but with two goals and an assist in Cardiff Met’s 2-3 away win at Bangor on Saturday, there was no doubt that he deserved his place this week. Evans has netted 10 goals in the WPL, with seven of those scored against Bangor City!
Ar y diwrnod yma ym 1961 chwaraeodd Cymru gêm rhagbrofol Cwpan y Byd yn erbyn Sbaen ar Barc Ninian, Caerdydd.