Five on form, Sgorio picks five players who stood out over the weekend.
Paul Harrison – The New Saints
Although TNS lost against Connah’s Quay last Friday, Paul Harrison was one of the key performers of the game with a vital save to deny Jamie Insall in the first half and a good save to deny former teammate Michael Wilde in the second half.
One of the league’s best goalkeeper,Harrison has played every second of TNS’ league campaign this season keeping seven clean sheets.
Lewis Harling – Pen-y-bont
Harling’s second goal in two games since his arrival from Carmarthen secured the win for Pen-y-bont against Aberystwyth for the first time in the club’s history.
This was only Pen-y-bont’s second victory in ten games – they’ll need to start picking up more points if they are to avoid relegation at the end of the season.
Elliot Scotcher – Caerfyrddin
Scotcher scored the only goal in the victory over Cefn Druids, a fabulous free kick beating the Druids keeper, Michael Jones.
This was Scotcher’s second in two games and Carmarthen’s first win over Cefn Druids at Richmond Park since March 2015.
Carmarthen are in a good run of form only losing one of their last six Cymru Premier fixtures.
Niall Watson – Airbus UK
Niall Watson’s first goal for Airbus UK secures an away point against Cardiff Met.
Airbus are in a poor run of form, win-less in 14 and bottom of the Cymru Premier, but this vital away point might be a confidence boost ahead of their final seven games of the season.
Craig Curran – Connah’s Quay
Curran’s volley was the only goal of the game as the Nomads beat The New Saints 1-0 to go four points clear at the top of the Cymru Premier.
The goal was his second in his last two games.
A wealth of experience playing in the Scottish Premier League with Dundee and League one with Tranmere Rovers, Curran can be a vital part of the Nomads squad who hope to claim their first Cymru Premier title win.