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

Oliver Davies (Llanelli)
Llanelli might have conceded six at the Deeside Stadium, but things could’ve been a lot worse if not for an outstanding performance from shot-stopper Oliver Davies.

Lee Jenkins (Aberystwyth)
Lee Jenkins became Aber’s youngest scorer in the WPL since Tom Bradshaw (2008/09) when he netted the only goal of the game against the champions on Friday night. The goal and clean sheet meant that Aberystwyth’s run of 11 years without a win against TNS finally came to an end.

Sean Smith (Bala Town)
In his 126th WPL appearance, left-back Sean Smith got his first league goal in Bala’s 3-0 win against Cardiff Met on Saturday night. Smith also made a vital goal-line clearance for the Lakesiders when the score was only 1-0.

Declan Carroll (Carmarthen)
Declan Carroll netted a special goal for the Old Gold in their 7-goal thriller against Caernarfon over the weekend as Carmarthen claimed the victory to climb out of the bottom two.

Michael Wilde (Connah’s Quay)
Michael Wilde netted twice on his 350th WPL appearance to bring his personal tally to an impressive 170 goals. The experienced striker also chipped in with an assist as the Nomads reclaimed their spot at the top of the table.