Sgorio picks the five players that stood out in the Welsh Cup over the weekend.
Alex Ramsay (Caernarfon)
Caernarfon’s run of four consecutive defeats came to an end on Friday as Ramsay kept a clean sheet against a strong Bala Town side. The Wales C stopper made two important saves to deny Mike Hayes late in the game to secure all three points for the Cofis.
Aeron Edwards (The New Saints)
In the top of the table clash, Aeron Edwards was the hero for the champions, scoring a terrific goal and playing a part in the second goal for his side with some silky skills. Edwards will also be a vital part of the Wales C squad that will face England next week.
Joe Kenton (Newtown)
Newtown put a severe dent in Barry Town’s title hopes on Saturday and Joe Kenton was in fine form for the home side. Kenton did everything but score for the Robins: won a penalty, assisted the second goal, hit the post and struck the bar!
Geoff Kellaway (Aberystwyth)
The Kellaway Express netted his fourth goal in five league games to help Aber on their way to a 3-1 win against Carmarthen. At 32 years old, Kellaway has proven that he’s still a key player in Aberystwyth’s squad.
Adam Roscrow (Cardiff Met)
It was a memorable night for Wales C striker Adam Roscrow at Stebonheath Park on Friday night as he struck all four of Cardiff Met’s goals to take the students a step closer to the play-offs. Despite losing a big chunk of the season through injury, Roscrow has notched 12 WPL goals this term.