Rooted to the bottom of the table and already written off by many, it’s Llanelli Town AFC’s 2-1 victory at Llandudno that gets the vote from me this week.
It’s a long trek from the Bristol Channel to the Irish Sea and just two substitutes on the away bench reflects the challenge of such a journey.
However, it was a happy team bus on the way back home for the JD Welsh Premier League new boys.
I hope they stay up, but as I was saying to Sgorio’s Nicky John last weekend in Cardiff when we were talking about the league in general, I hope they all do and the problem is they can’t.
Two sides will go down and on that basis you have to let the teams fight it out, just like you do at the top. Which is where The New Saints were briefly, following the victory at Carmarthen Town on Saturday.
Just a day later though and it’s Connah’s Quay Nomads back in pole position, following their three points at Cyncoed Campus. It’s certainly an interesting season as we enter the second quarter.
If you’re not a follower of the domestic game in Wales, and you live in the country, why not check out your local club. You may be surprised at what you find.
Likewise, if ever you are on holiday, check out the fixtures and take in a game. One thing is guaranteed, in a day and age where people complain about the cost of football, a visit to a JD Welsh Premier League game will most definitely not break the bank.