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Cardiff Met regain Championship
 Women's Football News 4 May 2014
Cardiff Met Ladies wrapped up the Shared Access Welsh Premier Women's League title for the second time in three years with a 5-0 victory away to Cardiff City FC. 
The university side went into their game with second placed City requiring a win to make absolutely sure of being crowned as Champions and they were put well on their way when scoring four times during the first half. Emily Brown gave them the lead after fifteen minutes with Laura May netting the second, before Robyn Pinder and May added further goals ahead of the interval. Sophie Scherschel scored the final goal midway through the second half to round off a great day for Cardiff Met.
PILCS were the only team who still had a chance of catching Cardiff Met but they will now have their sights on the runners-up spot after winning 3-2 away to Caernarfon Town. Fiona Dodge, Lyndsey Davies and Katrina French were on the scoresheet for PILCS who move to within two points of Cardiff City FC and need to win two of their remaining four games in order to clinch a second place finish.
Swansea City are virtually certain of finishing in fourth as they scored eight without reply past Llanidloes. Lisa Owen gave the Swans a sixteenth minute lead which was doubled by Lyndsey Morgan, who went on to add two more in first half injury time to complete her hat-trick. Morgan netted her fourth early on in the second half and Sarah Adams put Swansea further ahead, before Jodie Passmore and Chloe Lewis rounded off the win with goals in the final ten minutes.
Wrexham consolidated themselves in sixth place by winning 2-0 away to Llandudno Junction. Ashleigh Hayes put Wrexham in front midway through the first half and Lexi Musgrave made the game safe with the second goal, one minute after the interval.

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