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The top two sides in the Welsh Premier Women's League remain neck and neck at the head of the table and have a six point lead over their nearest rivals after maintaining their perfect starts to the season.
Cardiff Metropolitan Ladies hold on to top spot following their 3-1 win away to Swansea City. In the clash between the two teams to have won the league in its history, Cardiff Met took a fifteenth minute lead through Steff Turner and an own goal put them further ahead shortly afterwards. Sarah Adams reduced the arrears for Swansea early in the second half but a Laura May Walkley goal wrapped up the points for the university side.
Llanidloes meanwhile won 2-1 at Port Talbot Town to stay close at hand in second place. Steph Hugheson netted both goals for Llanidloes inside the opening six minutes and this proved to be enough to give her side the points, despite Courtney Thomas scoring for the home side from the penalty spot on the stroke of half time.
Wrexham replace Port Talbot in third place after they scored six without reply against Llandudno Junction. Lowri Edwards bagged a first half hat-trick and Syd Hinchliffe also found the net before the interval, before two goals in the last ten minutes from Nicola Jones rounded off the victory.
There was plenty of late action at Northop Hall where visitors Newcastle Emlyn returned home with a 3-2 victory under their belts. Laura Pennington gave Northop Hall the lead in the 26th minute with Sophie Jones levelling just before the interval. Newcastle Emlyn went in front for the first time midway through the second half with a goal from Stacey Webber. Andrea Reece looked to have salvaged a point for the home side when she equalised in the dying minutes but Caroline Cooper sealed victory for Newcastle Emlyn with the winning goal, two minutes into injury time.
The matches at Aberystwyth Town and Caernarfon Town were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.
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