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Cardiff Met Ladies maintained top spot in the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League with a 4-0 victory over Llandudno Junction.
Laura Walkley gave the university side an eighth minute lead which was doubled midway through the first half by Emily Brown, before Walkley found the net again shortly before half time. Ellie Curson rounded off the scoring with the fourth goal, eighteen minutes from time.
Cardiff Met's two nearest rivals meanwhile met each other and it was Champions Cardiff City FC who emerged as 2-0 winners over previously unbeaten PILCS. Shanelle Edwards sent City into a 33rd minute lead but it wasn't until the final five minutes that they wrapped up the win when Jess Dyer scored the second goal.
Fourth placed Llanidloes bounced back from a heavy defeat seven days previously to inflict one themselves, beating Caernarfon Town 6-1. Lowri Savage gave them a first half lead which was increased by a quickfire double from Naomi Evans. Kate Thomas put them further ahead early in the second half with Rhian Humphreys and Julia Hyndman adding a late double, before Ffion Roberts netted a late consolation for the Cofis.
Swansea City moved up into the top five as they scored five without reply away to Northop Hall. Kelly Newcombe and Emma Beynon ensured the Swans led by two goals at the break and Sara Llewellyn increased their advantage on the hour. Chloe Lloyd and Sarah Adams both scored late on to seal Swansea's biggest win of the season to date.
Swansea climb above Newcastle Emlyn who were pegged back to a 2-2 draw via a late, late strike from Wrexham. The game was goalless for 63 minutes until Stacey John put the home side ahead with Lyndsey Rodgers equalising for Wrexham shortly afterwards. Carrie Slack looked to have secured the points for Newcastle Emlyn when she restored their lead but in the third minute of injury time, Rodgers scored her second from the penalty spot and help Wrexham pick up another point as they continue to improve.
Port Talbot Town got back to winning ways with a 2-1 success away to Aberystwyth Town. Courtney Thomas gave them the lead midway through the first half and after Aber had levelled the scores through Iona Evans on the hour, Thomas settled matters in Port Talbot's favour eight minutes later when she scored the winning goal.
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