Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.
Alex Lang (Cardiff Met)
Half way to the league split and Cardiff Met remain in the Top Six after a 1-1 draw away at The Rock where young shot stopper Alex Lang had to pull off a few fine saves.
Macauley Southam-Hales (Barry Town)
Attacking full-back Southam-Hales caused all sorts of problems to the Llanelli defence as Barry Town claimed an impressive 5-2 win, keeping their 100% home record intact.
Naim Arsan (Cefn Druids)
Naim Arsan doesn’t do tap ins! The Druids left-back drilled in a lovely half-volley to claim a point for his side against the students on Saturday.
Luke Boundford (Newtown)
The Robins put three past Caernarfon at the Oval to remain within touching distance of the front runners. Luke Boundford scored his second header in two games as Newtown continued their fine form in the WPL.
Aeron Edwards (The New Saints)
As Sion Meredith mentioned in commentary, Aeron Edwards got his side out of trouble on Saturday night, scoring two brilliant goals to send the champions back to the top of the table.