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Cardiff City FC held on to the leadership of the Welsh Premier Women's League on goal difference with a 7-0 victory away to Northop Hall.
The bulk of the damage was inflicted in the first half, Amy Wathan netting a hat-trick inside the opening 21 minutes and the Wales Under-19 international added a fourth before the interval, with Hattie Powell also scoring twice. Jordan Guard rounded off the scoring with the seventh goal, fifteen minutes from time.
Champions Cardiff Met Ladies made sure of keeping pace the leaders by running out 4-1 winners at Port Talbot Town. Jazz Thomas gave the students an early lead which was cancelled out by a Sophie Dando own goal, but Thomas quickly restored Cardiff Met's advantage and they went on to seal the points with further first half goals from Robyn Pinder and Chloe Tucker.
Third placed Wrexham ensured that they remain just three points off the pace by beating Aberystwyth Town 4-1. Lowri Edwards opened the scoring for Wrexham after nine minutes, with Lindsey Rodgers, Chloe Foster and Jade Davies adding further first half goals. Amy Jenkins grabbed a consolation for Aber in the dying minutes.
Swansea City are in fourth, their highest position of the season to date, following their 4-2 victory over Caernarfon Town. Sara Llewellyn put the Swans ahead after eight minutes but Caernarfon hit back strongly, Hannah Jones and Katie Williams both finding the net. Kirsty O'Donnell levelled the scores again before the break and second half strikes from Jodie Passmore and Hannah Lewis proved decisive for Swansea.
Newcastle Emlyn are now in fifth after running riot against a hapless Caerphilly Castle side. Bethan Davies scored ten times and Sophie Jones added a further nine, while Marie Tilley bagged six. Carrie Slack and Kirsty Fisher each hit hat-tricks and the total was completed by Stacey John (2), Carys Davies (2) and Caroline Cooper.
Llandudno Junction inflicted a third successive league defeat on Llanidloes to leave both teams in mid-table. Aimee Todd scored the only goal of the game, midway through the second half, to give Llandudno a 1-0 win which lifts them above the home side on goal difference.
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