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Cardiff Met Ladies have taken over the leadership of the Welsh Premier Women's League following an emphatic victory over Caernarfon Town.
The students netted four times inside the opening eight minutes, which included a hat-trick from Emily Brown. In all they scored fifteen with Brown going on to notch up eight in total whilst Ellie Sargent, who also hit a first half hat-trick, adding five in all and there was one apiece for Stephanie Turner and Jenny Gray.
Cardiff Met head the table by two points from previous leaders Cardiff City FC, who were held to a goalless draw by Swansea City, the result maintaining each team's unbeaten records.
PILCS made it three wins out of three and are up into third place after beating Wrexham 3-1. All of the goals came in the first half, Lauren Price and Shauna Pentney netting inside the opening twelve minutes and although Ashleigh Haynes reduced the arrears for Wrexham, Kate Jeremiah wrapped up the win for PILCS with the third goal just ahead of the interval.
Port Talbot Town maintained their unbeaten start with a 3-1 victory away to Llandudno Junction. Courteney Thomas gave Port Talbot a first half lead and Lucy Olde added a second early in the second half. Jordanne Greenough pulled a goal back for Llandudno but Thomas scored her second with seventeen minutes remaining, to seal the points for Port Talbot and lift them into fourth.
Llanidloes had started the day in the top three and with an unbeaten record but they crashed to a 5-0 defeat away to improving Newcastle Emlyn. Amanda John gave the home side the lead midway through the first half and Stacey John increased their lead just ahead of half time. Carrie Slack netted a third six minutes into the second half, Bethan Davies putting Newcastle Emlyn further ahead before Stacey John rounded off the win with her sixth goal in two matches.
Aberystwyth Town meanwhile notched up their first points of the season in style, scoring five without reply past Northop Hall. Gemma Kay opened the scoring in the 21st minute for Aber with Lowri Walker and Claire Thomas also getting on the scoresheet shortly before half time. Thomas completed a brace just ahead of the hour mark and Amy Jenkins wrapped up the scoring with the fifth goal.
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