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Cardiff Met Ladies took the opportunity to close the gap on Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Cardiff City FC to three points with a 7-1 victory over Northop Hall.
Emily Brown, Steph Turner and Laura May put Cardiff Met three ahead on the half hour with Siobhan Humphrey adding a fourth just before half time. Brown netted her second after the break with Emily Allen also on target and although Cody Hughes pulled one back for Northop, Chloe Tucker rounded off the scoring for the students who boosted their goal difference to help catch up ground on the table toppers.
Aberystwyth Town have their sights firmly set on a sixth place finish and they increased those chances by winning 3-2 away to Llanidloes. Sam Gaunt's early penalty for Aber was cancelled out by Nia Davies, also from the spot, as the teams went into the interval on level terms. After the break, Alice George and Amy Jenkins put Aber two goals ahead and although Eleri Parry halved the deficit for the home side, they held on to take the points.
Caernarfon Town remain five points adrift at the bottom following an 8-1 defeat at the hands of Newcastle Emlyn. Caroline Cooper put Newcastle Emlyn ahead on the quarter hour with Sharon Llewellyn quickly adding a second, before further first half strikes came from Jackie McKinley, Kirsty Fisher and Stacey Webber. Sioned Jones pulled a goal back for Caernarfon midway through the second half but Fisher netted her second and late strikes from Briony Davies and Josey Bellers helped Newcastle Emlyn to their biggest win of the season.
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