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Sgorio has picked the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.

Rhys Wilson (Pen-y-bont)
Rhys Wilson was effective in goal for Bridgend helping to secure a first point for the club who are making their first appearance in the Welsh Premier League.

Billy Whitehouse (The New Saints)
The Saints were keen to strike back after their loss against Bala on Friday night. That’s certainly what they did in defeating Aberystwyth 1-10. Credit must go to the man who scored three, Whitehouse, who collected the ball as a reward at the end of the game. An afternoon to forget for Anthony Pennock in goal over Aber who collected that ball ten times from the back of his net. The ’Saints’ win is equal to the highest away victory in league history.

Lifumpa Mwandwe (Newtown)
Since joining Newtown on loan during the summer – the young player, Mwandwe, has featured strongly. He made a big impression when he came off the bench against Carmarthen on Friday night and hit a superb goal against Bridgend in their draw yesterday.

Chris Venables (Bala Town)
With one of the highest number of appearances in the history of the Premier League, the experienced player continues to play a starring role. He scored twice to beat the champions on Friday night.

Kayne McLaggon (Barry Town)
There is no doubt that Kayne has not lost his shooting boots over the summer. 4 goals in 3 games for the local Barry man. An effective weapon as Barry get off to a flying start to the season.