Sgorio picks the five players that stood out in the Welsh Cup third round over the weekend.

Mike Lewis (Barry Town)
Barry Town are into the hat after an extra time win against Penybont, but it could’ve been all over in 90 minutes if not for a fine dramatic save from Mike Lewis in they dying seconds of normal time.

Chris Seargeant (The New Saints)
Chris Seargeant grabbed a hat-trick at Cwmbrân Celtic to put the Saints into the 4th round. The experienced midfielder has a rich history in the Welsh Cup having won the competition on six occasions, scoring in both the 2008 and 2009 final for Bangor City.

Ashley Ruane (Aberystwyth)
Aberystwyth striker Ashley Ruane also scored a Welsh Cup hat-trick to help his side avoid an early upset against lower league Cwmamman Utd on Saturday.

Alan Mark Owen (Llangefni)
Physical forward Alan Mark Owen scored the only goal of the game at Cae Bob Parry as underdogs Llangefni claimed a WPL scalp to book their place in the 4th round.

Cai Jones (Caernarfon)
With two goals and an assist, Cai Jones was the starman for Caernarfon against Prestatyn on Friday night, and speaking after the match Jones stated how much he would like the Canaries to be drawn against rivals Bangor City in the next round…