Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.

Oliver Davies (Llanelli)
After five consecutive WPL defeats, Llanelli needed a win on Saturday, and they needed a solid performance from their keeper to do just that. The three points leave the Reds only one point behind Llandudno and the safety of the 10th place.

Joe Kenton (Newtown)
In a scrappy affair at Latham Park, winger Joe Kenton made the most of defensive errors to score twice and keep Newtown’s 100% home record intact.

Danny Brookwell (Caernarfon)
Danny Brookwell scored two super solo goals to secure a point for the Canaries against Bala Town on Friday night. The Cofi winger has proved that he has what it takes to cause damage in the WPL with his pace and power down the left flank.

James Davies (Cefn Druids)
James Davies was the super sub for Cefn Druids over the weekend as he came on to net the winner for the Druids against Aberystwyth. The win has lifted the Ancients from the bottom two up to 8th place.

Jordan Follows (Llanelli)
Jordan Follows got the assist for Llanelli’s opener against Llandudno with a well weighted pass into the feet of James Loveridge. The provider then turned to scorer as he fired in a fantastic strike from the edge of the box to win the game for Llanelli – his first goal in the WPL since October 2015.