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Sgorio pick five players that have stood out over the weekend.

 

Oliver Byrne – Connah’s Quay

Some superb savesĀ  from one of the league’s best goalkeepers as Champions, Connah’s Quay win at Park Hall for the first time since 1995.

Byrne saved a Greg Draper penalty and a Louis Robles shot in the second half to give Connah’s Quay a comfortable 1-4 win.

The goalkeeper has starred in Andy Morrison’s side since winning the number 1 jersey, with Byrne keeping 7 clean sheets in 17 games and conceding 11 goals.

Lassana Mendes – Bala

Mendes’ powerful shot into the roof of the net gave Bala Town the three-point over European rivals, Barry Town.

Colin Caton will be confident of European football next season with only five games remaining of the season and a nine point gap between Bala in 3rd and Pen-y-bont in 4th place.

Jordan Evans – Newtown

The left-back has been in fine form since the league has restarted scoring nine goals in ten appearances.

He scored twice in the 5-0 win over Cefn Druids, the first being a superb free kick and the second a powerful shot from inside the penalty area beating Cefn Druids goalkeeper, Michael Jones.

Courteney Thomas – Port Talbot

Thomas scored twice as Port Talbot beat Cascade 6-0 over Sunday.

These are Thomas’ fifth and sixth goals of the season, with Port Talbot climbing into 5th in the Welsh Premier Women’s League.

 

Michael Wilde – Connah’s Quay

Michael Wilde scored his first hat-trick since 2018 as Connah’s Quay beat title rivals, The New Saints 1-4 at Park Hall.

The striker has been instrumental for the Nomads this season scoring 18 goals and creating 4 – contributing to 36% of the Nomads goals this season.

This was a big win in the race for the Championship, with the Nomads stepping three points clear at the top.

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