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Cardiff Met Ladies went five points clear at the top of the Welsh Premier Women's League after beating Wrexham 5-0.
The university side led at half time through a goal from Sophie Scherschel but doubled their advantage quickly after the break thanks to Chloe O'Connor. Ellie Sargent added a brace before Robyn Pinder rounded off the scoring.
Port Talbot Town moved themselves into second place with a 3-2 victory away to Rhyl & Prestatyn. However they needed to use their full powers of recovery as the home side went into a two-goal lead, Laura Williams putting them in front and Rachel Nattrass adding the second just before half time. Sian Scannell reduced the arrears two minutes after the restart and after Rachel Ball netted the equaliser from the penalty spot, Scannell completed the comeback by scoring the winner with ten minutes remaining.
Cwmbran Celtic are continuing to do well in their first season in the league and they now occupy third spot following their 7-0 victory over Newcastle Emlyn. Lauren Boyd gave Cwmbran a fifth minute lead which was doubled by Alana Murphy and Jodie Challenger added the third on the stroke of half time. Rebekah Hadley put them further ahead before Murphy completed her double, with Vickie Stratton and Terri Thomas completing the tally late on.
Swansea City lifted themselves up the table by scoring eleven without reply against Aberystwyth Town. Lisa Owen and Julie Passmore both netted first half hat-tricks with Rachel Rowe also on target for the Swans ahead of half time. Carrie Slack also got on the scoresheet early in the second half and Owen scored a fourth, with Rowe completing her hat-trick with two goals in quick succession.
PILCS recorded their second win in as many matches, a 4-1 success away to Llandudno who had started the day in second place. The first half ended goalless but Lindsay Davies netted twice in quick succession, within four minutes of the restart. Catrina French increased PILCS' lead and although Jordanne Greenough pulled one back for Llandudno, the prolific Davies wrapped up the win for her side with a hat-trick goal.
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