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Cardiff Met stretch early pace
 Women's Football News 22 Sep 2014
Cardiff Met Ladies made it three wins out of three in the Welsh Premier Women's League when claiming a 5-1 victory away to Newcastle Emlyn. 
Emily Brown gave the students the lead just after the quarter hour and Ellie Sargent doubled their advantage ahead of the break. Sargent netted a second before Sophie Scherschel joined them on the scoresheet and after Caroline Cooper had pulled one back for the home side, Sargent completed her hat-trick with twenty minutes remaining.
Llandudno stay in second place despite going down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 3-0 by Port Talbot Town. Courteney Thomas was the hero for Port Talbot as she netted a second half hat-trick which takes her side into third place in the table.
Swansea City picked up their first win of the season when coming from behind to beat Cardiff City FC 2-1. Danielle Broadhurst got Cardiff off to a flying start by giving them the lead with four minutes on the clock but the Swans were back on level terms through Stacey John, midway through the first half. Jodie Passmore settled matters in Swansea's favour with twelve minutes left when she scored the winner from the penalty spot.
Wrexham were another team to get off the mark with a 2-1 victory away to Rhyl & Prestatyn. Wrexham led at half time through a strike from Ainsley Strickland which was cancelled out early in the second half by Laura Williams, but an own goal by the unfortunate Jackie Weir proved to be decisive for Wrexham with six minutes remaining.
Cwmbran Celtic registered their first ever victory in the league when scoring nine times without reply against Aberystwyth Town. Lauren Boyd led the scoring for Cwmbran with a hat-trick to add to first half efforts from Vicky Stratton, Terri Beddows and Rhiannon Taylor. A Ffiona Evans own goal further extended their lead on the hour and Alana Murphy rounded off the scoring with two late goals.

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