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Cardiff Met Ladies have gone three points clear at the top of the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League following their 3-1 victory away to Swansea City.
The students led at half time through an own goal in the ninth minute from Ffion Ashman and Ellie Sargent doubled their advantage midway through the second half. Another own goal put Cardiff Met three goals ahead, before the Swans grabbed a late consolation through a further own goal - the third of the match, this time from Jenny Cray.
PILCS moved up into second place on the back of a 4-1 win against Port Talbot Town. Sian Scanell did give Port Talbot the lead shortly before half time but two goals in a minute from Lauren Price and Amy Thrupp turned the match around in PILCS' favour. Lyndsey Davies put them further ahead and Thrupp wrapped up the win with her second goal.
Cardiff City FC are in third after sharing a 1-1 draw with Wrexham. City took a sixteenth minute lead through Hattie Powell but they were pegged back just after the half hour mark when Ashleigh Hayes equalised to earn improving Wrexham a point.
Llanidloes are back in the top four following their 3-1 win away to Llandudno Junction. An own goal from Charlotte Walker gave Llanidloes an early advantage which was cancelled out midway through the first half by Jordanne Greenough, before second half strikes from Lowri Savage and Julia Hyndman sealed the points for Llanidloes.
Newcastle Emlyn lifted themselves up the table by scoring seven without reply against Northop Hall. Marie Tilley put them in front and Stacey John added a brace before half time, with Amanda John netting twice during the second half. Caroline Cooper and Carrie Slack rounded off the scoring with goals in the last seven minutes.
The remaining match between Caernarfon Town and Aberystwyth Town was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
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