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Cardiff City FC have opened up a lead of six points at the top of the Welsh Premier Women's League following a narrow 1-0 victory away to Aberystwyth Town.
With their two nearest rivals meeting each other in the FAW Women's Cup semi finals, a 36th minute goal from Amy Wathan proved to be enough to give City a tenth straight win and double their advantage over second placed Cardiff Met Ladies.
Newcastle Emlyn have climbed into fifth place on the back of a 4-1 win against Llandudno Junction. It was Llandudno who took a first half lead through Sophie Owen but the home side were back on level terms in injury time thanks to Carys Davies. Josey Bellars put Newcastle Emlyn in front eight minutes after the restart and they went on to wrap up the points with a brace from Stacey John during the last five minutes.
At the other end of the table, there was delight for Caernarfon Town as they picked up their first win of the season, 5-3 away to fourth placed Port Talbot Town. Anna Jones and Shan Jones put Caernarfon two ahead inside the opening ten minutes and although Jessica Curran quickly reduced the arrears, Shan Jones netted her second on the half hour. Gabi Pughsley pulled a goal back for Port Talbot early in the second half but four minutes later, Shan Jones completed her hat-trick. Curran gave the home side renewed hope with sixteen minutes remaining with her second goal but the day belonged to Shan Jones and she secured victory for Caernarfon with her fourth goal, five minutes from time.
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