Sgorio picks the five players that stood out in the Welsh Cup fourth round over the weekend.
Dan Bradley (Cambrian & Clydach)
Dan Bradley was the hero for Cambrian & Clydach on Saturday as he saved twice during the penalty shoot-out to send the Welsh League Division One side into the Welsh Cup quarter final for the first time in their history.
Jamie Crowther (Caernarfon)
The Caernarfon holding midfielder was the man of the match in the Gwynedd derby on Saturday after he produced a solid defensive display and provided the assits for the winning goal.
Corey Shephard (Cambrian & Clydach)
Corey scored a wonder goal from his own half as Cambrian saw off Rhyl on Saturday. The team from Tonypandy have done remarkably to reach the Welsh Cup quarter final and the Nathaniel MG Cup final this season.
Jonathan Hood (Barry Town)
Jonathan Hood scored one of the best goals of the season with a thunder strike into the top corner at Jenner Park to book Barry’s place in the Welsh Cup quarter finals.
Adam Roscrow (Cardiff Met)
After scoring the two goals in the League Cup final last weekend, Adam Roscrow continued to impress with another strong performance and another goal against Aberystwyth on Saturday.
On this day in 1994, Mike Smith started his second spell in charge of the Welsh national side.