Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League stars that stood out over the past week.
Paul Harrison – The New Saints
Harrison was called upon twice in the first half to deny Cardiff Met. The TNS keeper played his part in keeping his side on top of the WPL table as Met were only two points behind league leaders TNS at the start of the weekend, but a fine TNS display has opened a three points gap at the top of the WPL for the champions.
Declan Walker – Aberystwyth
Walker scored his third Welsh Premier League goal of the season as Aberystwyth secure a vital three points at Prestatyn. This was Neville Powell’s second victory as Aber manager with the team performing well in recent weeks after a slow start to the season.
George Horan – Connah’s Quay
A George Horan headed goal was enough to secure victory for Andy Morrison’s men at Jenner Park. This was Connah’s Quay’s fifth clean sheet of the season as The Nomads climb into second in the league.
Jamie Mullan – The New Saints
Mullan again proved influential for The New Saints creating their opener against Cardiff Met. This was Mullan’s 6th assist of the season, more than any other Welsh Premier League player this season.
Jordan Evans – Bala Town
A wonderful left footed strike was enough to secure the three points for Bala at Richmond Parks on Saturday night. Evans scored one of the goals of the season so far, beating Lee Idzi in the Carmarthen goal from distance. This was Bala’s third consecutive victory as Colin Caton’s men climb the Welsh Premier League table.
On this day in 1961 one of the legends of Welsh football - Ian Rush - was born.