1. MIKE PLATT (Holywell Town): Made few smart saves in the crucial Cymru Alliance battle with hosts Penrhyncoch.

2. BRADLEY JACKSON (Chester): Has been a bright note in an up and down season, and impressed in the draw with York.

3. DANIEL GOODWIN (Deeside Phoenix U12s): Bagged a hat-trick for the visitors as they overcame Broughton Park.

4. DION GIBBONS (Cefn Albion): The teenager earned the praise of his manager for his display in the Welsh Trophy final win.

5. SHAUN PEARSON (Wrexham): Is driving his side’s promotion push, producing a rock-solid display at the back at Barnet.

6. FINN WILLIAMS (Cefn Utd U13s): Gave the Brymbo defence a tough time by scoring a hat-trick in his side’s 7-3 success.

7. LEWIS WILLIAMS (Rhosddu Utd U13s): Star of the show in the 9-2 success at Kinnerton Oaks following his four goals.

8. NATHAN WOOLFE (Connah’s Quay Nomads): Capped an outstanding performance at Bala, by scoring a hat-trick.

9. ARTIE FAITHFULL (Borras Park Albion U14s): Helped the league leaders to an 8-0 win over Llay United courtesy of five goals.

10. HARRY STRONG (Flint Town Colts U12s): Proved too much for the Buckley Town defence as he scored three times.

11. LUCAS MOURA (Tottenham): Made sure Spurs failed to miss Harry Kane by scoring a hat-trick in the rout of Huddersfield.

12. ELLIOT QUINLAN (Mold Alex): The goalkeeper saved a penalty in the hard-fought 3-3 draw against Chirk AAA.

13. CALLUM TAYLOR (Borras Park Albion U12s): Helped floor FC Brickfield with a hat-trick in his team’s fine 9-1 triumph.

14. TOMOS DICKINSON (Mold Alex U15s): Struck a first-half double in the convincing 6-1 success over Deeside Dragons.

15. RYAN JAKOLEVS (Llangollen U13s): Impressive performance from the youngster against Coedpoeth saw him score a hat-trick.

16. ISAAC GODWIN (Mynydd Isa Mustangs U12s): Helped sink Holywell Town with a hat-trick in a fine performance.

TOP BOSS: STEPHEN DAVIES (Cefn Albion): Masterminded his team to Welsh Trophy success with a 4-0 victory over Pontardawe Town at Park Avenue.

CHUMP OF THE WEEK: BEN FOSTER (Watford): A night to forget for the experienced stopper as his howler gifted Arsenal the only goal of the game at Vicarage Road.