Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.
Mike Lewis (Barry Town)
Barry Town picked up a big point away from home against fellow title challengers Connah’s Quay on Saturday. Keeper Mike Lewis made some important saves in a thrilling end to end encounter at the Deeside Stadium between the two at the top.
Noah Edwards (Caernarfon)
The Cofis claimed a massive victory at Park Hall on Friday night, beating the league champions away from home for the first time in 11 years. Noah Edwards played a key role for the Canaries, defending brilliantly to prevent a certain Aeron Edwards goal in the first half, before winning his side the penalty in the dying stages of the game.
Alec Mudimu (Cefn Druids)
Despite being 2-0 at the break, Huw Griffiths’ Druids fought back to steal all three points from Carmarthen on Saturday. Midfielder Alec Mudimu started the comeback with a goal from outside the box before providing the through-ball to James Davies who scored the winner for the Ancients late on.
Luke Boundford (Newtown)
Luke Boundford grabbed a brace in the Robins’ 7-1 thrashing of Llanelli on Saturday. The experienced striker also chipped in with a clever assist as Newtown continued their unbeaten record at home this season.
Ashley Ruane (Aberystwyth)
Aberystwyth were 2-0 down against Cardiff Met when Ashley Ruane was introduced as a half-time substitute. He made an instant impact by crossing well for Declan Walker to bring Aber back in the game, and after Ryan Wollacott had equalised, Ashley Ruane got the winner with a fine finish to make it four wins on the bounce for the Seasiders.
On this day in 1923 one of the best players to have worn the red shirt of Wales was born – Trevor Ford.