CAERNARFON Town skipper Nathan Craig has been rewarded for his exceptional recent form with a coveted monthly award.

The Cofis’ talisman has been at the top of his game to guide his side to a potential top six finish at the split in their first season in the JD Welsh Premier League, and he was recognised with the Player of the Month Award for November.

Craig’s scintillating form saw him turn in a series of memorable performances to further enhance his growing reputation as one of the best players at his position anywhere in the country, and he played a key contributing factor in the Canaries’ 4-0 triumph over Aberystwyth Town, netting twice from the spot.

The left-footer, who is sure to be in strong consideration for the Wales C squad ahead of their upcoming international against England at the home of Salford City next year, is lethal from set-pieces and is an extremely calming influence on the ball which has been a huge contributing factor in their initial success in the top flight.

Also shortlisted for the distinction were Bala Town’s Steven Tames, Aberystwyth Town playmaker Declan Walker and Carmarthen Town star Luke Thomas.

There was no double for Town despite Sean Eardley winning the public vote for WPL Manager of the Month, which was eventually awarded to Aber’s Nev Powell.