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There was no change at the top of the Welsh Premier Women's League on Sunday with Cardiff City FC preserving their lead of nine points by beating Llanidloes 3-1.
Llanidloes did get off to a good start, taking a third minute lead through Kate Thomas, before Rachel Rowe equalised just after the half hour mark. Kelly Bourne put City in front for the first time in the opening minute of the second half and Mali Summers sewed up the points with the third goal.
Cardiff Met Ladies continue the chase in second place after scoring eight without reply past Newcastle Emlyn. Emily Allen and Jaz Thomas both netted twice during the first half and after the break, Adele Hooper also weighed in with a double before Steph Turner and Hannah Billingham completed the tally with a goal apiece.
Wrexham kept themselves in third place following their 3-1 victory away to Swansea City. Lyndsey Rogers scored two goals in quick succession during the opening twenty minutes and despite Sarah Adams reducing the arrears for the Swans, Syd Hinchcliffe made the points safe for Wrexham midway through the second half.
Aberystwyth Town are starting to close in on the top half of the table after running out 4-1 winners over Northop Hall. Gemma Kay opened the scoring in the third minute with Amy Jenkins adding a second and after Noglani Boulklgy pulled one back for Northop, Kelly Thomas restored the two-goal advantage for Aber ahead of the break. Claire Thomas rounded off the scoring for the home side early in the second half to keep their good recent form.
Caernarfon Town picked up another valuable point from a goalless draw with Port Talbot Town. This means that they are now three points behind local rivals Llandudno Junction but still have three games in hand.
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