SPORTS reporter Dean Jones returns with his weekly Huws Gray Alliance after another action packed weekend.

Team of the Week: Bangor City

You would be hard pressed to find a more ruthless attacking display that the one produced by the Citizens’ in their emphatic 9-0 victory over Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochant, with the club continuing to show everyone that there is plenty of life after the departure of Craig Harrison to Connah’s Quay Nomads.

This was their third successive victory in all competitions and on this form there will be nobody relishing the prospect of coming up against Stephen Vaughan Jnr’s side, who could not be in better form at the minute and completely overwhelmed the newly promoted outfit on Saturday.

Player of the Week: Matt Cook (Rhyl)

The veteran midfielder is normally more accustomed to holding his position in the middle of the park, but he rounded off a virtuoso display in the Lilies’ win at Buckley Town with two exceptional goals that will live long in the memory.

Cook’s first, a sensational run from inside his own half, was a true collectors’ item and he is a Rolls Royce in the centre midfield position when at the top of his game, something Eddie Maurice-Jones and his management team will be hoping continues long into the future.

Manager of the Week: Niall McGuinness (Flint Town United)

Things could have been far worse for the Silkmen after going down to ten men against Prestatyn Town, but McGuinness made some astute alterations to his tactical approach at the break to ensure his side remained competitive which proved to be crucial in the overall outcome.

The former Rhyl boss has guided his side to a fabulous season so far and on this evidence there is plenty to like about their chances of not only a high finish this season, but their overall prospects going forward.

Man in Form: Asa Hamilton (Airbus Broughton)

The impact Hamilton has made to the Wingmakers this season simply cannot be underestimated, and this was particularly evident once again in their 2-0 victory over Denbigh Town.

The striker was a constant threat and marked another outstanding display with a brace to lead his side to their 12th consecutive triumph to start the campaign, and if he remains in this form then there is going to be little chance of the chasing pack catching up with the title favourites as the season progresses.

Team to Watch: Ruthin Town

It has been a very good week for everyone associated with Ruthin, with striker Llyr Morris re-affirming his commitment following interest from Bangor City and picking up a valuable three points against a solid Gresford Athletic side.

Manager Chris Williams deserves enormous credit for generating a tremendous team spirit within a talented group despite others in the league possessing greater resources. Town are extremely well organised and have the necessary quality at the other end of the field to ensure they will remain a dangerous adversary from now until the end of the campaign and beyond.