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Cardiff Met Ladies had a great day as they went five points clear at the top of the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League.
The league leaders notched up an important 5-2 victory against one of their title rivals, PILCS. Emily Brown gave Cardiff Met the lead midway through the first half, before Ellie Curson struck twice leading up to half time. PILCS rallied after the break and got themselves back into the game when Amy Thrupp and Lyndsey Davies scored but Curson steadied matters as she completed her hat-trick and Emily Allen wrapped up the win with the fifth goal.
Cardiff Met were further boosted by the news that second placed Cardiff City FC were beaten for the first time this season, 3-1 at home to Llanidloes. Kate Thomas was the hero for Llanidloes as she scored a hat-trick to take her side up into third place, before Danielle Green grabbed a consolation for City.
Swansea City consolidated themselves in fifth place by scoring eleven times without reply against Caernarfon Town. Emma Beynon opened the scoring in the eighth minute with Sara Llewelyn and Ria Hughes adding further goals before half time. After the break, Llewelyn went on to hit a hat-trick and Hughes a second, Katy Hosford and Kirsty O'Donnell both bagged braces and Jodie Passmore netted the final goal.
Newcastle Emlyn hold on to their top half position as they came from behind to beat Port Talbot Town 2-1. The home side had led through a 20th minute strike from Claire Dayley but goals in quick succession during the second half by Mia Griffiths and Sam Gaunt turned the match around in Newcastle Emlyn's favour.
Wrexham are heading towards mid-table security after recording their second win of the season, 6-2 over Northop Hall. Amber Bailey's early goal for Wrexham was cancelled out by a Paige Keenan penalty but Rochelle Roberts, Ash Hayes and Jade Davies put them in control by half time. Davies scored her second midway through the second half and although Laura Pennington pulled one back for Northop, Kate Edwards rounding off the scoring for Wrexham with five minutes remaining.
The two teams immediately above the relegation zone met each other in a vital clash and it was visitors Aberystwyth Town who emerged as 3-1 winners against Llandudno Junction. All was looking well when Jordanne Greenough put Llandudno ahead four minutes into the second half but Amy Jenkins levelled matters just seven minutes later and Aber went on to take three precious points as Lowri Walker and Ffiona Evans added further goals.
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