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A second half fightback from Trefelin denied Swansea City as they began their defence of the Welsh Premier Women's League on Sunday.
The Swans looked to be on their way towards a comfortable victory as Abbie Britton and Lindsay Morgan put them two up inside the opening twelve minutes and Jodie Passmore added a third shortly before half time.
However Trefelin had other ideas after the break and brought themselves back into the game when Coryn Sexton reduced the arrears within seven minutes. Abbie Williams pulled another goal back midway through the second half and Sian Scannell completed the comeback with the equaliser, five minutes from time.
UWIC meanwhile replaced Caerphilly Castle as leaders of the Southern Conference by beating them 1-0. A 25th minute goal from Lauren Welsh gave the students they result they needed to go to the top of the table.
There was also a change of leadership in the Northern Conference with Aberystwyth Town going top on goal difference, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Caernarfon Town.
Ffiona Evans gave Aber the lead just before the half hour mark and Sam Gaunt put them two ahead seven minutes after half time, with Angharad Jenkins rounding off the scoring twelve minutes from time.
Despite a 3-2 win against Llanidloes, Wrexham lie in second place after having to withstand a fightback. A goal in each half from Lowri Edwards looked to have put Wrexham in control but two goals in a five minute spell by Kate Thomas and Jo James put Llanidloes back on level terms. However, Laura McGee settled matters with three minutes remaining to hand Wrexham their second successive win.
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