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Swansea City's two-year reign as Welsh Premier Women's League Champions has come to an end after they were beaten 2-0 by UWIC on Sunday.
Emily Allen gave the students a 25th minute lead and Sophie Scherschel added the second ahead of half time, meaning that UWIC have reached the play-off final for the first time as winners of the Southern Conference with one match still to play.
Newcastle Emlyn drew for the fourth time in six matches and are still searching for their first victory after they shared a 1-1 scoreline with Caerphilly Castle in the other game.
Aberystwyth Town rekindled their hopes of finishing of top of the Northern Conference as they won 2-1 against Llanidloes.
The winners of the match were certain to go level on points with leaders Wrexham and it was Aberystwyth who took a firm grip on the match, Ffiona Evans giving them a first half lead which was doubled five minutes after the break via a Jenny Broughton own goal. Nia Davies pulled a goal back for Llanidloes from the penalty spot five minutes later but Aberystwyth held on for three valuable points in their quest to reach the play-off final.
Caernarfon Town meanwhile kept their slim chances alive by running out 5-2 winners away to Northop Hall. The home side took an early lead through Samantha Evans and, although Caernarfon hit back with goals from Catrin Thomas and Katie Williams, Laura Pennington levelled the score on the stroke of half time. However after the interval, Jordan Greenough immediately put Caernarfon back in front and Williams struck twice more to complete her hat-trick.
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