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Llanidloes opened up the title race in the Welsh Premier Women's League Northern Conference with a 3-2 victory over leaders Wrexham.
After Tash Hill had netted twice in the opening six minutes for Llanidloes, there was no further scoring until early in the second half when Lowri Edwards halved the arrears. Hill completed her hat-trick from the penalty spot to restore the two-goal advantage and although Lexi Musgrave pulled one back a minute later, Llanidloes held on to take themselves within three points of the pace.
Aberystwyth Town were dealt a huge blow to their challenge as they went down to a 3-0 defeat at Caernarfon Town. After the first half finished goalless, Jordanne Greenough put Caernarfon ahead two minutes after the restart and she netted her second late on, before Catrin Thomas rounded off the scoring with the third.
UWIC now have matters in their own hands in the Southern Conference and have gone four points clear at the top by winning 3-1 away to Caerphilly Castle, whose consolation came from Gemma Harris.
Swansea City meanwhile are finding goals a little harder to come by this season and their hopes of winning a third successive Championship are now in the balance after they were held to a goalless draw by third placed Trefelin.
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