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Shanelle Edwards bagged an astonishing nine goals as title holders Cardiff City FC notched up a huge victory over Northop Hall.
Erin Murray also scored a hat-trick with Kelly Bourne and Danielle Broadhurst each adding doubles and Megan Bailey rounding off the scoring.
The opening day of the season had produced six very tight matches but it was not the case this time time around. It is newly promoted PILCS who sit on top of the table on goal difference after they went one better than City by scoring eighteen times against Caernarfon Town, spearheaded by a six-goal haul from Lynsey Davies. Amy Thrupp weighed in with four while Katrina French, Kate Jeremiah and Caitlin Tew each netted twice, with Ceri Hudson and Katie Burridge also getting on the scoresheet.
Llanidloes occupy third position after running out 4-1 winners over Aberystwyth Town. Kate Thomas gave Llanidloes the lead midway through the first half and added a second five minutes after half time, with Jemma Lloyd making it three on the hour. Ffiona Evans reduced the arrears for Aber late on but Thomas completed her hat-trick for the home side with three minutes remaining.
Cardiff Met Ladies have got off to a solid start and they complete a quartet of clubs on six points following a 2-0 win against Newcastle Emlyn. Emily Allen put the students in front in the first half but it wasn't until nine minutes from time that they made the game safe with the second goal, scored by Emily Brown.
Swansea City are still unbeaten and have registered their first win of the new season, 5-0 away to opening day leaders Llandudno Junction. Kelly Newcombe gave the Swans a sixth minute lead and goals in quick succession from Jodie Passmore and Lindsay Morgan ensured they lead by three goals at the interval. Sarah Adams scored twice after the break to round off a good day for the two times Champions.
Port Talbot Town join Swansea on four points after they defeated Wrexham 2-0. Both of the goals came early in the game, Port Talbot going ahead through an own goal by Kate Edwards on ten minutes and Sian Scannell scored the second just before the quarter hour mark.
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