1. MIKE PLATT (Holywell Town): Produced a fantastic save to help the Wellmen win 2-0 against Holyhead Hotspur.

2. JAKE HAMPSON (Flint Town Utd): The teenage full-back scored a stunning injury time winner against Prestatyn.

3. ALED PRICE (Holywell Town U12s): Too hot for the Deeside Phoenix defence to handle finding the net four times.

4. LUKE SUMMERFIELD (Wrexham): Ran the show in central midfield on his return from injury against Gateshead

5. BEN PRITCHARD (Brickfield Rangers U19s): The best player on show in the Welsh Youth Cup success over Coedpoeth.

6. JAYDEN JONES (Penycae U16s): Struck a sixth consecutive hat-trick in the leaders' 9-3 victory over Borras Park Albion.

7. DAN MOONEY (Chester): Two brilliant strikes, including a 95th minute leveller, earned Chester a 2-2 draw at Brackley.

8. RAHEEM STERLING (Manchester City): Scored two and made two in a fantastic display against visiting Southampton.

9. LEWIS WILLS (Rhosddu Utd U13s): Hugely impressive in the triumph over Kinnerton, finding the net four times.

10. NIALL FREEMAN (Chirk AAA U19s): Impressive in the 8-3 success over Rhydymwyn, grabbing four of his side's goals.

11. RILEY EDWARDS (Deeside Dynamo's U12s): Outstanding performance against Penyffordd saw him score five times.

12. DOMINIC DEACON (Flint Town U15s): Struck a crucial hat-trick in the excellent 4-1 victory over Deeside Phoenix U16s.

13. ALUN MORRIS (Cefn Druids): Praised by his manager for a solid performance in defence against visiting Newtown.

14. OWAIN ELMER (Deeside Dragons U14s): Bagged a fine second-half hat-trick to help secure a 6-0 home success.

15. LOUIS PRITT (Kinnerton Oaks U12s): Gave the Brickfield defence a tough time, scoring four times in a 7-3 win.

16. RABEH JUMAA (Saltney Town): Helped himself to an impressive hat-trick in the 5-1 thumping of visitors Penycae.

TOP BOSS: STEPHEN HOPKINS (FC Nomads): Led his side into the semi-finals of the Welsh National Premier Division League Cup with a 3-1 victory over Brickfield Rangers.

CHUMP OF THE WEEK: LEE PROBERT: Was only carrying out the letter of the law, but booking Demarai Gray for taking his shirt off after scoring for Leicester was disappointing.