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It's as you were at the top of the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League after each of the top four teams recorded home victories on Sunday.
Cardiff Met Ladies continue to lead the way after they defeated Wrexham 4-0. Robyn Pinder put them in front after just three minutes of play and they doubled their lead on the hour mark through Emily Brown. Pinder and Brown each went on to score a second during the last fifteen minutes to wrap up a sixth straight win for the university side.
Cardiff City FC remain close at hand in second place, just two points behind following a 3-1 victory over Port Talbot Town. Shanelle Edwards gave them the lead on the seventeen minute mark and Danielle Broadhurst added a second ahead of the interval. Hattie Powell made it three midway through the second half, before Courtney Thomas grabbed a late consolation for Port Talbot.
PILCS maintained their own 100% record and stayed in third by beating Llandudno Junction 5-1. It was the visitors who took the lead, two minutes before half time, with a goal from Kelsey Davies but Ceri Hudson swiftly equalised ahead of the break. Lyndsey Davies put PILCS ahead for the first time, early in the second half and then goals in quick succession from Amy Griffiths and Lauren Price put the game beyond the reach of Llandudno, before Kate Jeremiah added the final goal in the dying minutes.
Llanidloes continue to hold on to the leading sides' coat tails after they won 2-0 against Northop Hall. They inflicted the damage early on as both goals came in the opening ten minutes, Naomi Evans giving them a second minute lead with Nia Davies joining her on the scoresheet.
Swansea City meanwhile beat Aberystwyth Town 2-0 to move themselves in the top half of the table. The first half ended goalless but Sarah Adams broke the deadlock just ahead of the hour mark, the Swans wrapping up the points when Adams scored her second with two minutes remaining.
The other scheduled match between Newcastle Emlyn and Caernarfon Town fell victim to a waterlogged pitch.
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