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Cardiff Met Ladies made it 12 wins out of 12 and preserved their five point lead at the top of the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League when scoring ten without reply against Aberystwyth Town.
The students got off to a flying start by netting four times inside the opening fifteen minutes, Emily Allen giving them the lead seconds after kick off before Steph Turner added a brace and Emily Brown also scored. Allen, Laura Walkley and Abi Fever netted further goals ahead of half time with Allen completing her hat-trick early in the second half. Fever and Walkley went on to score their own second goals to round off the scoring.
Cardiff City FC are not giving up the chase in second place and continue to cling to the university side's coat tails after beating Newcastle Emlyn 2-0. After a goalless first half, the game was decided in a seven minute spell just before the hour mark when Siobhan Walsh and Shanelle Edwards scored the all important goals for City.
Swansea City are up into fourth, their highest position of the season to date, following their 3-0 victory away to local rivals Port Talbot Town. Jodie Passmore opened the scoring for the Swans in the 33rd minute and in the second half, Chloe Lloyd made it two and Ria Hughes wrapped up the win with the third goal, twenty minutes from time.
Llandudno Junction meanwhile did their survival hopes a power of good when running out 3-0 winners over Caernarfon Town, who remain in the bottom two. Aimee Todd's strike separated the sides at the interval, before Kelsey Davies doubled Llandudno's advantage in the opening minute of the second half and Todd completed her brace shortly afterwards to seal the points.
The other two matches at Llanidloes and PILCS were postponed due to waterlogged pitches.
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