Arpad Šterbik (Vardar)
He has during last few weeks managed to catch his form and now he is one of Vardar's key players. Great perfomances in Champions League were followed by amazing 15 saves against Tatran.
Timur Dibirov (Vardar)
When his team needs him most Timur Dibirov shows why he was last season's League's MVP. Amazing 10 goals from 11 attempts against Tatran bringing Vardar right next to Veszprem on League's table.
Maksim Baranou (Meshkov)
Meshkov's winger was the main reason that the biggest sensation of the season did not happen with Belarus champions hosting Radnički. His 6 goals were extremely important for 3 new points which might, in such a strong League, be decisive in the end.
Andreas Nilsson (Veszprem)
Outstanding match for Swedish national team player in a derby against PPD Zagreb. Absoultely unstoppable with 9 goals and 100% scoring ratio. Great form in October.
Sergo Datukashvili (Vojvodina)
Vojvodina's best player is, due to injury, not able to play each match in the season, but when he is in coach's roster Vojvodina is a serious problem for anyone. Outstanding with 6 goals in a draw against NEXE, 3 goals in Skopje against Metalurg in Vojvodina's narrow defeat.
Luka Cindrić (Metalurg)
One of Metalurg's best players so far this season with 9 goals in a tough home match against Vojvodina. Young Croatian national team player has also managed to score 4 in a duel versus Borac.
Dainis Kristopans (Tatran)
SEHA GSS League's No.1 scorer from the last season was once again unstoppable for Vardar and NEXE. He has, with 8 goals in each of those matches announced that he will be one of top favorites for the top-scorer crown this season as well.
Raul Gonzales (Vardar)
Spaniard has managed to 'connect some dots' in Vardar and it is obvious
that they are slowly growing proving themselves as Veszprem's strongest
opponents for League's crown this season. Team from Skopje has with victories
against Tatran and Radnički, but also with one match less played, managed to
catch Veszprem on League's top.