Sgorio picks the five Cymru Premier players that stood out during the weekend.
Dave Roberts – Airbus UK
Two great saves to secure an away point for bottom of the table Airbus UK at Carmarthen Town.
Roberts pulled off a great one-on-one save with Jordan Vickers to keep the score at 2-2, before keeping Lewis Harling’s long range effort out.
Kane Owen – Pen-y-bont
A vital away win for Pen-y-bont at the Rock as Rhys Griffiths’ side fight to pull away from the bottom two.
The 2-3 win over Cefn Druids was Pen-y-bont’s second away win of the season as they open a three point gap between them and the bottom two.
Kane Owen was influential in the win, involved in the first goal and scoring the winning goal from a long-range free kick.
Ryan Brobbel – The New Saints
Man of the match in the live game between Newtown and The New Saints, Brobbel created both goals in a 0-2 win for TNS.
Brobbel is an influential figure in the TNS side, with great vision and passing ability, having created eight of The New Saints’ goals this season.
Marc Williams – Aberystwyth
A great away win for Aberystwyth at The Oval with the Aber captain an influential figure in the 0-3 win.
Williams scored two goals – his first league goals since August – with his goal tally up to six for the Cymru League season.
Luke Bowen – Carmarthen
Bowen’s scoring run continues as the forwards scores a brace against Airbus UK in the 2-2 draw.
The forward has scored five goals in his last three league games, with 12 for the season – the first time Bowen has scored 12 since 2015.