Shaun made a number of impressive saves throughout the month, in particularly against Bangor and Flint where on both occasions we came out with all three points.
Pearson had to see off fierce competition this month from Robbie Parry, Sam Downey and Dean Seager who also had great months at Llandudno in September.
September saw mixed results, starting off disappointingly with two losses to Conwy Borough and Buckley Town, but improved then with victories over Porthmadog and Bangor, as well as a respectable draw to Flint Town United.
Shaun was awarded the MOTM award in both the Bangor and the Flint games and has said it's great to be given the award.
"It's always nice to be appreciate by the fans, whether it be after the game or with a MOTM or POTM award. They pay their money to hopefully see the lads perform and it's the least we can do." said Shaun
"It's not been an amazing start however we are fully aware of that and are working hard to put things right. I personally wasn't happy with my performance on Friday against Llangefni
and training cannot come quick enough this week for the build up to Prestatyn."
"Personally I always set my standards very high. Anything below that and I'm probably my worst critic. The Flint game was a game either side could have probably nicked and personally I would say that or the Rhyl game was my best so far this season."
On the upcoming month Shaun is hopeful for a successful October and is looking forward for the games ahead.
"I think like we've said before each game comes thick and fast. The league is ruthless and we're learning the hard way at the moment. I know the lads will be bang up for it against a good Prestatyn side. People will expect them to walk us over however like we've shown against Rhyl and Flint it's not always that easy."
Shaun will be facing his old club Holywell Town in October and is looking forward to the tie.
"It will be nice to return to Holywell, it's a great club and should be a great tie. We haven't played particularly well against the sides we're expected to beat, so hopefully we can turn a corner and come away with the three points as well against Llanrheadr."
Shaun Pearson: 39%
Dean Seager: 30%
Sam Downey: 20%
Robbie Parry: 11%