1. KIRK RUSSELL (Flint Mountain): Produced a crucial save in shootout to help win the Presidents Cup final against Mold Town United.

2. LEWIS ROBERTS (Wrexham County Schools U12s): Caught the eye at the back in the frustrating 2-0 defeat against Rhondda Cynan Taff.

3. JORDAN EVANS (Cefn Druids): Scored one and made another in a fine performance during the 3-1 success over Cardiff Met.

4. HARRY WALTON (Brickfield Rangers U14s): Named man of the match for his display in the League Cup win over Borras Park Albion U13s.

5. SHAUN PEARSON (Wrexham): Produced a real captain’s performance in the 3-1 win over Braintree, scoring one and setting up another.

6. DANNY LIVESEY (Chester): The central defender scored the first brace of his career at the perfect moment as the Blues beat Nuneaton.

7. GERARD DEULOFEU (Watford): Produced a Wembley masterclass, scoring twice to rescue his side and help beat Watford 3-2 after extra-time.

8. RYAN JAKOLEVS (Cefn Utd U12s): In the class of his own, finding the back of the net four times in a 9-0 win over Llangollen.

9. CHARLIE ROBERTS (Greenfield U13s): Unstoppable in the 8-0 victory over Mold Alex as he found the net five times.

10. KOBIC BETTS (Mynydd Isa Spartans U19s): Too hot for the Llay Welfare defence to handle as he struck three goals in a 3-1 win.

11. KAI HUGHES (Llay Utd U13s): Unplayable at time for the Rhosddu United defence, scoring three of his side’s four goals.

12. ETHAN PRITCHARD (Rhostyllen U13s): The star of the show in the 7-0 win over Kinnerton as he helped himself to a hat-trick.

13. CALLUM TAYLOR (Borras Park Albion U12s): Gave the Brymbo defence a tough time, bagging a hat-trick in the 6-0 success.

14. HARRI JONES (Mynydd Isa Revels U14s): Impressive performance in the fine win over Deeside Phoenix, scoring a hat-trick.

15. SION GOLDSMITH (Mold Alex U15s): Delivered when it mattered the most as he scored twice in the League Cup final against Hawarden.

16. LUCCA JONES (Mynydd Isa Mustangs U12s): Led the scoring against Broughton Super Saints with four goals in the double-figure win.

TOP BOSS – ROB MARSHALL (Flint Mountain): Guided his side to some silverware, beating Mold Town United on penalties to win the Presidents Cup.

CHUMP OF THE WEEK – ERIC MAXIM CHOUPO-MOTING (PSG): Conjured up a horror miss, stopping the ball going in, which prevented his side wrapping up the league title.