Sgorio picks the five players that stood out over the weekend.
Ashley Morris – Bala Town
Ashley Morris made his 200th appearance for Bala Town over the weekend with the Lakesiders securing a points at Maes Tegid against the Champions, TNS.
The Wales C keeper was influential in securing a point as he saved a Dean Ebbe spot kick to keep the game level at 1-1.
Nathan Craig – Caernarfon Town
Craig scored twice from the penalty spot as Caernarfon beat Aberystwyth 4-0 at The Oval.
Caernarfon are battling it out with Aber for a place in the top six, with the three points edging Sean Eardley’s side within a point to Neville Powell’s men.
Craig was the winner of the November Player of the Month and has scored seven goals in his last five WPL appearances for Caernarfon.
Callum Roberts – Newtown
Roberts’ scored his first goal of the season – and the Robin’s third – as Newtown beat Llandudno 3-1 in front of the Sgorio cameras on Saturday night.
Newtown remain unbeaten at Latham Park this season and have climbed up to fourth in the table.
Jonathan Hood – Y Barry Town
Hood scored his third of the season against his former club Carmarthen in a 2-3 victory for Barry Town United.
Barry remain second in the WPL and have opened up a four point gap between themselves and The New Saints in third.
Adam Roscrow – Cardiff Met
Adam Roscrow proved his worth on Friday night as the Wales C striker provided two assists and a goal in Met’s 4-0 win over Llanelli.
On this day in 1924 Wales played Scotland in a British Home Championships at Ninian Park in Cardiff, in a rare occasion where both international captains were Cardiff City players