Sgorio has picked the five Welsh Premier League players that stood out over the weekend.
Paul Harrison (The New Saints)
This is Paul Harrison’s twelfth season at Park Hall, but his high standards haven’t slipped. His saves played a key role as the Champions of Wales secured an invaluable three points against the league’s newcomers Pen-y-bont.
Darren Thomas (Caernarfon)
The Cofi Messi certainly lived up to his nickname on Friday – Thomas created the Canaries’ first goal after his deceiving corner found its way into the Airbus goal. Moments later, he found the back of the net with a wonderful strike from outside the area. He is Caernarfon’s top scorer in the league having scored twice in his last two appearances.
Clayton Green (Barry Town)
Clayton Green has continued his exceptional start to the season – his powerful strike secured the victory at Richmond Park and sent Barry Town to the top of the Cymru Premier. Green now has two goals to his name in the league this season and has already matched his goal tally from last year!
Michael Wilde (Connah’s Quay)
Michael Wilde has developed a knack for scoring important goals for Connah’s Quay over the years and his goal at Maes Tegid on Friday was no different. His clinical header proved to be the difference between the two sides and secured the Nomads’ first league victory of the season.
Marc Williams (Aberystwyth)
The captain Marc Williams led by example once again on Friday – his sumptuous half volley inspired Aberystwyth to an important win at The Rock and was a perfect response to losing 10-1 vs TNS last week. Williams is the league’s joint top scorer with Kayne McLaggon and Chris Venables – all with 4 goals each.
On this day in 1924 Wales played Scotland in a British Home Championships at Ninian Park in Cardiff, in a rare occasion where both international captains were Cardiff City players