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Amy Thrupp hit a hat-trick as PILCS moved up into second place in the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League with a 4-1 victory away to Swansea City.
Both teams went into the match in good form but it was Thrupp who gave PILCS the lead midway through the first half and Katrina French added a second two minutes later. Jodie Passmore gave the Swans renewed hope when she pulled one back six minutes into the second half but Thrupp went on to find the net twice more to wrap up the win for PILCS who trail leaders Cardiff Met Ladies by nine points, with a game in hand.
Newcastle Emlyn climbed up the table after they defeated Llandudno Junction 5-3. Marie Davies and Carys Davies ensured they were two ahead at half time and although Katie Bowe replied for Llandudno after the break, Carys Davies netted her second just seven minutes later. The game saw a late flurry of goals with Llandudno twice reducing the arrears through Bowe and Jessica Wall, but Newcastle Emlyn responded on each occasion with strikes from Amanda John and Stacey John to secure the points.
Caernarfon Town gave their survival chances a boost with a much needed 5-2 win against Port Talbot Town. Sian Scannell did gave Port Talbot an early lead which was cancelled out by Katie Williams and Catrin Thomas added a brace ahead of half time. Williams scored her second midway through the first half and although Sophie Gridley pulled one back for Port Talbot, Anna Jones rounded off the scoring for Caernarfon with three minutes remaining.
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