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Cardiff City FC held on to their six point lead at the top of the Welsh Premier Women's League but only after being given a hard test by Aberystwyth Town for the second week in a row.
Cardiff had won 1-0 seven days earlier and took an early lead this time through Danielle Broadhurst but Aber were level two minutes later with a goal from Mel Davies. Amy Wathan put Cardiff back in front in first half injury time, a lead which they held until six minutes after the restart when Tania Wylde equalised once again. Broadhurst finally sealed matters with her second goal although Cardiff needed to withstand late pressure to hold on for a 3-2 victory.
Cardiff Met Ladies continue to head the chasing teams and stay hard on the leaders' heels after beating Swansea City 3-1. Sophie Scherschel netted twice in three first half minutes and Chloe Tucker added a third early in the second half, before Sarah Adams scored a late consolation for the Swans from the penalty spot.
Wrexham made sure of keeping in touch with the top two as they eased to a 4-0 victory away to Llandudno Junction. Lowri Edwards and Sydney Hinchliffe ensured that Wrexham led by two goals at half time and Edwards went on to seal the points in the second half by netting twice more to complete her hat-trick.
Llanidloes are back up into fourth place following their 1-0 win at Port Talbot Town. Kate Thomas scored the only goal of the game for the mid-Wales side, just after the half hour mark.
In-form Northop Hall meanwhile claimed their third victory in a row, 3-1 away to Newcastle Emlyn. Stacey John did give the home side an early lead but Ashley Foster and Ashley Hayes ensured that Northop were ahead by the 20-minute mark and Andrea Reece wrapped up the win from the penalty spot, six minutes from time.
Caernarfon Town boosted their hopes of climbing out of the bottom two with an emphatic 14-1 victory over basement side Caerphilly Castle.
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