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Cardiff Met Ladies defeated Aberystwyth Town 3-0 to maintain their leadership of the Welsh Premier Women's League on goal difference.
The first half ended goalless but the university side opened the scoring on the hour mark when Emily Allen netted from the penalty spot. Sophie Scherschel added the second and Kelly Highman wrapped up the win with eight minutes left.
Llanidloes made sure of keeping pace with the leaders as they also recorded their third straight win, 4-1 against Northop Hall. Kate Thomas gave Llanidloes an early lead which was cancelled out by Laura Pennington, but Thomas and Steph Hugheson put them two goals ahead by half time. Hugheson completed her double six minutes into the second half to keep up Llanidloes' perfect start.
Port Talbot Town stay in third place following their 4-1 success away to Llandudno Junction. Jesi Hare put them ahead on seven minutes with Sophie Owen equalising shortly afterwards, before Hare scored her second just after the half hour. Coryn Sexton increased Port Talbot's lead after the break and Courteney Thomas completed the scoring late on.
Cardiff City follow on after their second win in successive games, 5-1 over Caernarfon Town who are still seeking their first points. Rachael Rowe, Kelly Bourne and Lauren Price ensured that Cardiff were three ahead after half an hour and despite Jordanne Greenough reducing the arrears after the break, Cardiff went on to add late goals through Danielle Broadhurst and Rowe.
Swansea City continue to move up the table and their 3-1 win at Newcastle Emlyn has taken them into the top half. The home side led in the first half through Amanda John but a double after the break from Sarah Adams, plus a late Jodie Passmore strike, saw the Swans home.
Wrexham notched up their first win of the season when scoring ten without reply past Caerphilly Castle. Syd Hinchcliffe had a great day, scoring a first half hat-trick with Laura Edwards also adding a brace ahead of the interval. In the second half, Emma Roden also got on the scoresheet before Hinchcliffe netted her fourth, then Kate Edwards bagged two late goals and Nicola Jones completed the tally.
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