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PILCS made sure that Cardiff Met Ladies will have to wait in order to claim the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League title by beating the league leaders 3-1.
A win would have guaranteed Cardiff Met the title but in an astonishing start to the game, they found themselves a goal behind the opening minute when Caitlin Tew gave PILCS the lead. Emily Brown equalised just two minutes later but a further two minutes elapsed before PILCS were back in front again, thanks to Lyndsey Davies. Amy Thrupp wrapped up the points with the third, early in the second half, but despite going down to their first defeat of the season, Cardiff Met effectively need one more point from their final two games in order to be crowned as Champions.
Cardiff City FC are still in second place in the table following their 1-0 win away to Llanidloes. Lauren Hancock kept her side firmly in the running for the runners-up spot with the only goal of the game in the 21st minute.
Swansea City look certain to finish in fourth after running out 5-0 winners at Caernarfon Town. The Swans led by two goals at half time thanks to Emma Beynon and Katie Davies with Beynon adding a third within five minutes of the restart. Lisa Owen further increased their lead shortly afterwards and Sarah Adams rounded off the scoring with the final goal, ten minutes from time.
Port Talbot Town completed their fixtures with a victory, 2-1 away to Newcastle Emlyn. Claire Dayley gave them a fifth minute lead and although Vicky Prior equalised for the home side, Rachel Ball settled matters in Port Talbot's favour during the second half.
Aberystwyth Town and Llandudno Junction met in a vital clash at the bottom of the table and Llandudno would undoubtedly have been the happier of the sides with the resulting 1-1 draw. Aber went in front midway through the first half through Lowri Walker with Stacey Treadwell equalising for Llandudno early after the break.
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