Sgorio picks the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.
Alex Ramsay (Caernarfon)
Alex Ramsay keeps impressing in the league this season – his great saves on Friday night means that he now has 12 clean sheets in the league to his name this season – three of which have come against Connah’s Quay!
Wes Baynes (Aberystwyth)
Players like Wes Baynes will prove to be important in the race for seventh place – especially if he can maintain his recent form. A great goal and an assist was enough to lift Aber above Met with only three games remaining.
Jordan Evans (Cefn Druids)
Despite having already secured their place in the league next season, Druids’ performances haven’t dipped. Jordan Evans was the star man at The Rock on Saturday – his brilliant strike and deft flick to set up Jordan Davies’ goal was enough to school the students.
Greg Draper (The New Saints)
After scoring his third hat-trick of the season, Greg Draper has now reached 24 goals in the WPL – his highest total since joining the Saints in 2011 and there are still three games left! Having started only 8 league games this season, the New Zealand striker is averaging a goal every 36 minutes in the WPL!
Momodou Touray (Barry Town)
This is the second week in a row that Touray has featured in Sgorio’s 5-on-form – and it’s clear to see why. As well as creating two goals, Touray scored the third goal to secure Barry’s return to Europe – something the Dragons haven’t achieved since 2003!
On this day in 1994, Mike Smith started his second spell in charge of the Welsh national side.