Sgorio picks the five Cymru Premier that stood out over the weekend.
Lewis Brass – Cei Connah’s Quay
Another clean sheet for the Connah’s Quay keeper as Andy Morrison’s side beat Barry Town United 0-1 at Jenner Park.
This is Brass’ 8th clean sheet of the season – the most in the league with Dave Jones and Alex Ramsay.
An important three points in the title race as The Nomads are only one point from TNS who sit top of the table.
Lifumpa Mwandwe – Newtown
An impressive performance from Mwandwe as Newtown beat The New Saints 1-2 at Park Hall.
Mwandwe, who is on loan from Shrewsbury, assisted in the opener before heading in the winner – his first goal since December and his third of the season.
Eliot Evans – Cardiff Met
Cardiff Met sit in 7th after their 3-1 win over Aberystwyth.
Evans scored twice in the victory – the first a great long range effort beating goalkeeper Connor Roberts, before scoring from the
Met yn cadw eu gafael ar y 7fed safle ar ôl y fuddugoliaeth o 3-1 dros Aberystwyth.
Llwyddodd Evans I serenu eto i’r Met gan sgorio ddwywaith yn y fuddugoliaeth.
Gôl hyfryd i agor y sgorio, fflic dros ben y golwr Connor Roberts o du allan i’r cwrt cosbi. Sgoriodd ei ail o’r gêm o’r smotyn
Chris Venables – Y Bala
Another man of the match performance for the veteran striker, Chris Venables.
A brace at the Oval as Bala Town win 1-2 against Caernarfon.
Venables tops the scoring charts with 20 league goals this season.
Jamie Reed – Derwyddon Cefn
Six goals in three games for Reed after his return to the Cymru Premier with Cefn Druids.
He was part of all of Druids’ goals on Saturday, scoring twice and assisting in a 2-3 win over Airbus.
On this day in 1968, a record crowd gathered at the Vetch Field, Swansea to witness the Swans' 4th round FA Cup match against Arsenal.