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Cardiff Met Ladies extended their lead in the Welsh Premier Women's League to six points with a 4-1 victory away to Port Talbot Town.
In the top of the table clash, the students took a firm grip on the quarter hour when Chloe O'Connor and Emily Brown netted within a minute of each other and O'Connor netted a third on the stroke of half time. Courtnay Harries completed the scoring for Cardiff Met late on before Lucy Edwards grabbed a consolation for Port Talbot.
PILCS are now in second place after scoring eight without reply against Rhyl & Prestatyn. Caitlin Tew gave them a twelfth minute lead and Lyndsey Davies added a second, with Katrina French extending their advantage and Amy Thrupp netting a quick brace by the half hour. Davies again found the net and completed her hat-trick early in the second half, with Alice Morgan scoring the final goal with five minutes left.
Wrexham and Cwmbran Celtic battled out a 3-3 draw which keeps the newly promoted side in third place. The game was very notable for one player scoring a hat-trick for each side, Kate Edwards bagging a treble for Wrexham whilst Rhian Taylor netted three times in reply for Cwmbran, including two late strikes to salvage a point for her side.
Newcastle Emlyn lifted themselves up the table with a 5-0 victory over Aberystwyth Town, who are still seeking their first points of the season. After Nadia Lawrence had put them ahead, Bianca Guy scored either side of half time before Lawrence went on to hit a hat-trick with two further goals.
Cardiff City FC came from behind to pick up their first win of the season, 2-1 against Llandudno. After a goalless first half, Llandudno took the lead three minutes after the restart through Stephanie Walsh before Alicia Davies struck twice for City, including a late winner.
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