CONCACAF Weekend's Best (April 23, 2018)
Costa Rica´s Richard Smith (left) from Honduras Progreso in action against Real España in the playoff second leg of Honduras Liga Nacional on April 21, 2018 At Estadio Morazan.
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CONCACAF.com takes a look at the best performances and most interesting stories in CONCACAF Weekend's Best.

OLIMPIA, REAL ESPANA MARCH ON

Both Olimpia and Real Espana advanced to the Honduran Clausura semifinals following weekend results; Michael Chirinos (32') and Rony Martinez (36') fired in goals to lead Olimpia past Platense 2-1 on aggregate, while a 0-0 draw was enough to give Real Espana a 1-1 aggregate win over Honduras Progreso, with Real Espana's away goal in the first leg serving as the tiebreaker.

CONAREE EXTEND WINNING STREAK

SOL IAS Conaree's winning streak now stands at seven after a 2-0 victory versus the St. Thomas Strikers on Saturday in Saint Kitts and Nevis National Bank Premier League action. Conaree (14W-4D-5L, 46 points) remain in second place, three points behind Village Superstars (15-4-3, 49).

HONDURANS ON TARGET FOR HOUSTON

Honduras internationals Alberth Elis and Romell Quioto each scored in the second half for the Houston Dynamo (2W-2D-2L, 8 points) in Saturday's 5-1 win over 2018 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League finalists Toronto FC in MLS action. Quioto also added a pair of assists for the Texans.

THREE STAY PERFECT IN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Cibao, Universidad O&M and Vega Real are all perfect (3W-0D-0L, 9 points) through the first three weeks of Dominican Republic's Liga Mayor. Jose Tafarel Ferreira and Marcel Hernandez notched goals to lead Cibao past Inter RD, 2-1. Palomino Hermes scored in the 86' to hand Vega Real a 2-1 win versus Moca, while Universidad O&M defeated Atletico de SF by the same scoreline.

PLAYOFF RACE IN EL SALVADOR HEATS UP

Four teams will be battling for the final three spots in El Salvador's 2018 Clausura playoffs heading into the final regular season matches next weekend. Sixth-place Audaz (7W-5D-9L, 26 points), 7th-place Pasaquina (6-6-9, 24) and 8th-place Sonsonate (6-6-9, 24) are all trying to fend off 9th-place Municipal Limeno (6-5-10, 23).