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City preserve three point gap
 Women's Football News 11 Mar 2013
 
Cardiff City FC stay three points ahead in the Welsh Premier Women's League following their 4-0 victory over Swansea City 
 
Danielle Broadhurst gave them the lead ten minutes before half time but it wasn't until the final quarter of the game that the league leaders finally sewed up the points. Shanelle Edwards doubled their advantage before Broadhurst added her second and Rachel Rowe scored the final goal.
 
Cardiff Met Ladies stay close at hand in second place after a rout of Caerphilly Castle in which Emily Allen scored fifteen times and Adele Hooper a further twelve. Kelly Highman and Sophie Scherschel each netted four times and Hannah Billingham a hat-trick with Dana Hinton (2), Jaz Thomas, Chloe Tucker and Siobhan Humphrey also getting on the scoresheet.
 
Third placed Wrexham kept their hopes alive with a 1-0 success away to Newcastle Emlyn, courtesy of a 73rd minute Chloe Foster strike which means they stay five points behind the top two.
 
Port Talbot Town hold on to fourth after running out 7-1 winners at Northop Hall. Alex Thomas netted twice inside the opening six minutes with Sian Scannell, Coryn Sexton, Rachael Ball and Lucy Edwards all adding further goals before half time. Ashleigh Hayes pulled one back for the home side early in the second half, before Jess Wadey completed the scoring for Port Talbot with the final goal, five minutes from time.
 
Llanidloes put a halt to Caernarfon Town's three-match winning run by beating them 1-0. Steph Hugheson settled matters by grabbing the only goal of the game, with fifteen minutes left on the clock.
 
Honours were even as Llandudno Junction and Aberystwyth Town battled out a 1-1 draw, which edges both teams further away from the bottom two. Llandudno had led from the half hour with a strike from Aimee Todd, before Gemma Kay hit back with nine minutes left to earn Aber a share of the spoils.

 
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