SPORTS reporter Dean Jones returns with his Huws Gray Alliance weekly award winners after another frantic weekend of action in difficult weather conditions.

Team of the Week: Guilsfield

The Guils’ have quietly gone about their business so far this season after losing a couple of very influential squad members over the summer, and they produced one of their best performances of the season to date with a 4-3 win at Denbigh Town.

They were 4-1 to the good at one stage before a Tony Davies brace gave them cause for concern in the closing stages, but this is a very determined group of players who dug deep to secure their fifth victory in ten league outings.

Player of the Week: Dan Williams (Holyhead Hotspur)

The goalkeeper was a late introduction after regular number one Carl Jones was unavailable, and although super sub Marc Evans secured the headlines had it not been for the outstanding display from Williams then it may have been a different outcome other than the 3-3 result against Buckley Town.

Williams was in sensational form throughout the second period, turning in a series of incredible saves to keep his side in the contest at a critical time.

Manager of the Week: Marc Griffiths (Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochant)

The newly promoted side continue to show they can more than match any side operating within the second tier, and Griffiths once again masterminded a fine effort from his side during their eye-catching 2-1 win at Ruthin Town.

Chris Williams’ men are a force to be reckoned with, especially at home, so this latest triumph for Llan will be another huge confidence boost ahead of their upcoming challenges over the winter months.

Man in Form: Steve Tomassen (Airbus Broughton)

The Wingmakers look unstoppable at the moment and have won each of their ten games so far, and they have one of the best defenders operating outside of the JD Welsh Premier League anywhere in the country in Tomassen.

He is a commanding presence who is a fantastic organiser of the Airbus rearguard, and his influence within the set-up has played a huge contributing factor in their overall dominance so far this term.

Team to Watch: Rhyl

Perhaps no team in the HGA needed a win more than Eddie Maurice-Jones’ side, and there was a real sense that their last gasp win at Holywell Town can finally be the turning point in their disappointing campaign to date.

The director of football has made no secret of the fact he has challenged his side’s character in recent weeks, and from the evidence of their victory at Halkyn Road there is still plenty of fight within the group to go along with their talent.