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Cardiff City FC recovered from an early setback to win 7-1 away to Caernarfon Town and take over the leadership of the Welsh Premier Women's League on goal difference.
Katie Williams gave Caernarfon a fifteenth minute lead before Erin Murray equalised for the title holders and Emily Gellings put them ahead just before the break. Goals early in the second half in quick succession from Hattie Powell and Murray then put City in control, Danielle Broadhurst and Shanelle Edwards adding further goals before Murray completed her hat-trick with four minutes remaining.
Cardiff Met Ladies join their local rivals on nine points after they also netted seven times in their victory at Northop Hall. The students led by two goals at half time, both scored by Ellie Sargent, before three goals in a three minute period midway through the second half put the game in their hands. Sargent netted either side of an Abby Picton goal before going on to complete a five-goal haul, with Emily Allen joining them on the scoresheet late on.
Llanidloes and Port Talbot Town both remain unbeaten after the sides battled out a 1-1 draw. Llanidloes had looked to be on their way towards their third straight win when Elin Green put them in front just after the half hour mark but with fifteen minutes remaining, Courtney Thomas equalised to earn Port Talbot a share of the spoils.
Newcastle Emlyn recorded their first victory and points of the season and their 4-1 success away to Aberystwyth Town included another fine scoring achievement. Stacey John had a great day in front of goal, netting four times for Newcastle Emlyn during the first half, before Lowri Walker grabbed a consolation for Aber midway through the second half.
A late strike gave Wrexham their first point of the season when sharing a 2-2 draw with mid-table Llandudno Junction. It was Llandudno who took a fourth minute lead through Jade Davies, with Ashley Hayes ensuring that the scores were level at the interval. Katie Bowe put the visitors back in front early in the second half but Wrexham hit back in the dying minutes when Liv Hull equalised.
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