Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.
Dave Jones (Newtown)
The Canaries were knocking on the door but Robins keeper Dave Jones managed to keep a clean sheet to see his side climb up into 4th position.
Tom Fry (Barry Town)
Tom Fry’s delightful free kick was scored at a crucial time in the game, right before the half time whistle. Chris and Tom Fry are the first father and son to have scored for Barry Town in the WPL.
James Loveridge (Llanelli)
Andy Hill’s half time team talk worked a treat at the Rock as Llanelli came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 with James Loveridge scoring a brace for the Reds.
Andy Owens (Connah’s Quay)
Andy Owens’ sheer determination earned himself a goal at the Deeside Stadium, while the rest of the league will have been quietly purring after seeing the Saints slip up so early in the season.
Eliot Evans (Cardiff Met)
Malcolm Allen stated that Eliot Evans was head and shoulders above the rest in Cardiff Met’s 4-1 away win at Park Avenue on Friday night. With three goals in two games, Evans is currently the WPL top scorer.
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