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Only one match managed to survive the bad weather in the Welsh Premier Women's League on Sunday and it ended with honours even.
Swansea City hosted Port Talbot Town in a match between two sides level on points in the table and they could not be separated on the day as they battled out a 2-2 draw.
Port Talbot took the lead after only seven minutes when Jessica Curran scored from the penalty spot but Swansea hit back soon afterwards, Kirsty O'Donnell levelling the scores. Just six minutes later, Port Talbot went back in front again, this time through Lucy Edwards, a lead which they held at the half time break.
On the hour mark, Lindsay Morgan scored a second equaliser for Swansea, a goal which was to ultimately earn her side a point.
The result means that Port Talbot climb above Wrexham into fourth with the Swans one position below them on goal difference.
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