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Cardiff Met Ladies' eleven match winning run at the top of the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League was halted on Sunday as they were held to a 3-3 draw at Wrexham.
In fact it could have been worse for the university side as they trailed 3-1 at one stage before a late rally earned them a share of the spoils.
Laura May Walkley did give Cardiff Met the lead on the quarter hour but three minutes later, Ash Hayes levelled for the home side. Lyndsey Rodgers then struck twice ahead of the half time to put Wrexham in control of the game. Emily Brown reduced the arrears just after the hour mark and then with five minutes left, Walkley scored her second goal to preserve her side's unbeaten record and, with Cardiff City FC not having a game, increasing their lead to eight points.
Swansea City closed the gap on Cardiff by running out 5-1 winners away to Aberystwyth Town. In-form striker Jodie Passmore put them ahead after eleven minutes and after Ria Hughes scored a second, Passmore got on the scoresheet again before half time. Ffiona Evans pulled a goal back for Aber midway through the second half but Sophie Hancocks and Chloe Lloyd added late strikes to wrap up the win for the Swans.
PILCS kept themselves in the running for at least a top two place with a 5-0 victory over Llandudno Junction. Lyndsey Davies opened the scoring on the five minute mark, before Shauna Pentney contribute a brace and Caitlin Tew netted the fourth on the stroke of half time. Katie Fryatt completed the scoring with the final goal, early in the second half.
Port Talbot Town avenged their defeat to Llanidloes in the League Cup semi finals seven days earlier with a 1-0 victory, which takes them above the mid-Wales side and into fifth place. The only goal of the game came via an own goal from the unfortunate Sam Marshall, fourteen minutes from time.
Caernarfon Town picked up a vital 3-2 win against Newcastle Emlyn which enhances their hopes of staying up at the end of the season. Sian Jones gave Caernarfon a first half lead which was cancelled out two minutes later by Stacey John, but after the break Jones completed a hat-trick with two goals in a five minute spell. Carrie Slack pulled one back for Newcastle Emlyn late on but the Cofis held out for three precious points.
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