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Cardiff Met Ladies began their defence of the Welsh Premier Women's League Cup by scoring ten without reply against competition debutants Rhyl & Prestatyn.
Ellie Sargent opened the scoring in the eighth minute and Emily Brown added a further two before half time, with a Chloe O'Connor goal sandwiched inbetween. After the break, Siobhan Humphrey further extended the students' lead and Abi Fever added a quickfire brace just after the hour, with Emily Allen and Kirsty Hardwick completing their tally.
Swansea City also advanced to the quarter finals on the back of a 2-0 victory against Llandudno. Chloe Lloyd put the Swans ahead two minutes before the interval, with Emma Beynon wrapping up the win midway through the second half.
Port Talbot Town meanwhile kept up their good start to the season by winning 3-2 away to Newcastle Emlyn, having staved off a comeback by the home side. Lucy Edwards got them off to a great start by netting twice inside the opening 26 minutes but Bianca Guy pulled one back very quickly and Sam Townsend levelled the scores for Newcastle Emlyn early in the second half. The game seemed to be heading towards extra time but Courtney Thomas settled matters in Port Talbot's favour in injury time.
PILCS booked their place in the last eight, thanks to a 2-1 victory against Wrexham. Caitlin Tew gave PILCS the lead with fourteen minutes on the clock and Katrina French added the second, nine minutes from time. Marie Edwards gave Wrexham hope when she reduced the arrears late on but PILCS closed the game out for a narrow win.
Photo - Port Talbot Town's Jordan Ivy plays the ball past Debbie Wise of Newcastle Emlyn. (www.atfc.org.uk).
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