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The top three in the Welsh Premier Women's League remain unaltered as none of them were in action on Sunday.
The clash between leaders Cardiff City FC and third placed Wrexham was called off because of international call ups whilst second placed Cardiff Met Ladies, who could have regained the leadership with a win, also saw their match with Caernarfon Town postponed.
Swansea City were unable to take an opportunity to make up ground as they were beaten 5-3 by Aberystwyth Town. Mel Davies gave Aber a fourth minute lead which was quickly cancelled out by Hannah Lewis, but Amy Jenkins put the home side back in front by the quarter hour. Gemma Kay added a third for Aber with Sarah Adams reducing the arrears from the penalty spot just before half time. Mel Davies completed her double with nine minutes remaining and although Chloe O'Connor gave the Swans late hope by pulling a goal back, Kay secured the points via an injury time penalty.
It was a good day for Llanidloes who returned into the top four places with a 1-0 victory over Newcastle Emlyn. Steph Hugheson settled matters with the only goal of the game after just three minutes of play.
Port Talbot Town follow on after they ran riot against struggling Caerphilly Castle. Sian Scannell led the goal spree by netting six times, Gemma Evans bagged a four-goal haul whilst Lucy Edwards and Jessica Wadey both hit hat-tricks. Jessica Curran, who started off the scoring in the opening minute, ended up with a brace and the tally was completed by Rachael Ball, Alex Thomas and an own goal.
Ashley Foster was the hero for Northop Hall as she scored a hat-trick to help guide her side to a 3-2 win away to Llandudno Junction. Foster twice put Northop ahead during the first half with Stacey Treadwell and Sel Lawson equalising for the home side on each occasion, but her hat-trick strike midway through the second half gave her side only their third victory of the season.
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