1. MAX HUDSON (Wrexham Primary Schools): Produced some brilliant performances in his side's run to the National Finals.

2. OSIAN MORRIS (Cefn Utd U12s): Caused the Brickfield defence all manner of problems, scoring a hat-trick in a 9-1 win.

3. DYLAN ALLSHORN (Flint Town Utd): Impressed on his senior debut in the 1-0 success over Gresford Athletic.

4. GARY ROBERTS (Chester): Led by example with a battling, but disciplined performance against Leamington.

5. JOSH DAVIES SEWELL (Gresford U12s): Bagged himself a hat-trick in the 7-2 victory over Aston Park Rangers.

6. JACK ABRAHAM (Penycae): Marked his debut with an impressive hat-trick in the 4-3 defeat to FC Nomads.

7. DOMINIC DEACON (Flint Town U15s): Scored both of his side's goals in the Newfa Cup semi-final win at Brymbo Lodge.

8. MORGAN SHEEHAN (Buckley Town Vipers U14s): Struck a hat-trick in the 5-1 home victory against Ewloe Harriers.

9. KIAN DAVIES (Brickfield Rangers U19s): Helped secure a Challenge Cup final spot with a hat-trick against Llay Welfare.

10. STUART BEAVON (Wrexham): The experienced striker caused Orient a lot of problems, particularly in the first half.

11. SADIO MANE (Liverpool): Outstanding performance against Burnley when the Reds needed it most, scoring twice.

12. JACK WILLIS (Mynydd Isa U16s): Grabbed a brace of goals in the Newfa Cup semi-final success over Ruthin Town.

13. GRIFF ELLIS (Chirk U14s): Helped his side take a step closer to the league title with a brace in a 7-1 win at Llangollen.

14. CALLUM BROCKLEBANK (Buckley Town Wanderers U13s): Found the back of the net twice in the defeat to Connah's Quay.

15. OLIVER JOHNSON (Borras Park Albion U15s): Scored a double as his team fought back to beat Borras Park Rangers 3-2.

16. SAM JONES (Greenfield): Back on the scoresheet with a first-half brace as visiting Llandyrnog were beaten 4-0.

TOP BOSS: RYAN LOWE (Bury): The former Chester striker continues to work his magic on the Shakers, who are flying high in second place in League Two.

CHUMP OF THE WEEK: JORDAN PICKFORD (Everton): Gets caught up in the emotion of the game too much, and that showed in the defeat at Newcastle.