Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.
Alex Ramsay (Caernarfon)
Cofi keeper, Alex Ramsay had to be at his best on Friday night to deny several efforts from Connah’s Quay captain Callum Morris. Caernarfon will be more than happy to have taken four points from their two matches with the Nomads this season.
Ryan Wollacott (Aberystwyth)
After 73 appearances, Aber centre-half Ryan Wollacott grabbed his first WPL goal against Llanelli on Friday night. Since signing from Stourbridge Swifts in the summer of 2016, Wollacott has been a loyal servant to the Black & Greens and is now one of the first names on the team sheet at Park Avenue.
Eliot Evans (Cardiff Met)
The students needed one moment of brilliance from the in-form Eliot Evans to get them out of trouble against struggling Carmarthen on Sunday afternoon. Evans’ well struck volley was his fifth goal of the season, and the attacking midfielder has also chipped in with six assists.
Ethan Jones (Newtown)
Newtown have climbed up to 4th place after securing a good point at home against the champions. Striker Ethan Jones got his first of the campaign after beating his man and drilling low into the back of the net.
Momodou Touray (Barry Town)
The Barry faithful will have been delighted to be the first team to not only take a point at Maes Tegid this season, but to come away with all three points to go within one point of league leaders TNS. Mo Touray got the only goal of the game, and the Newport loanee certainly looks like he’s enjoying life with the Dragons this season.
On this day in 2003, Wales lost 1-0 to Russia in front of 73,000 fans at the Millenium Stadium.