Sgorio picks the five players that stood out in the WPL over the weekend.
Paul Harrison (The New Saints)
It’s now been over 560 minutes since Paul Harrison conceded a goal in th WPL. After their sixth consecutive clean sheet, The New Saints stay within two points of the league leaders with a game in hand.
Michael Bakare (Connah’s Quay)
Michael Bakare was in fine form on Friday night as he scored his 20th goal in his 50th WPL appearance. The tricky winger has scored 12 goals and made 11 assists for the table topping Nomads this season.
Ryan Brobbel (The New Saints)
Ryan Brobbel scored once and made three assists as the Saints put five past Newtown on Friday night. The creative midfielder has netted seven goals in his last six WPL matches.
Geoff Kellaway (Aberystwyth)
The evergreen Geoff Kellaway retains his place in the 5-on-form after another impressive performance for the Black & Greens. The ‘Kellaway Express’ struck twice at Stebonheath Park to become Aber’s top scorer this season with seven goals (4 against Llanelli).
George Harry (Llandudno)
Llandudno have waited a long five months since their last WPL victory and they needed two goals from their top scorer George Harry to beat the Old Gold on Saturday. The win leaves Llandudno seven points from safety with eight games to play this season.
On this day in 1959 Vic Rouse became the first player from the Fourth Division to win an international cap.