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Cardiff Met win top table clash
 Women's Football News 27 Oct 2014
 
Cardiff Met Ladies further strengthened their position at the top of the Welsh Premier Women's League with a 5-0 victory over PILCS. 
 
The two teams had started the day with 100% records but Cardiff Met never looked back after Emily Brown scored twice in a seven minute spell leading up to half time. Emily Allen then added a brace of goals early in the second half and Brown completed her hat-trick with fifteen minutes remaining for a result which takes her side eight points clear.
 
Newly promoted Cwmbran Celtic are up into second place following a fine 2-0 win against Port Talbot Town. Lauren Boyd gave Cwmbran the lead during first half injury time, with Rhiannon Taylor adding the second in the 72nd minute.
 
Swansea City now complete the top three after they defeated Newcastle Emlyn 3-2, courtesy of a late fightback. The Swans led at half time through a goal from Jodie Passmore but Newcastle Emlyn hit back after the break and a Nadia Lawrence double turned things around in their favour. The visitors looked to be on course for victory but Rachel Rowe equalised with five minutes left and Stacey John popped up to score a late winner against her old club.
 
Cardiff City FC also staged a late show to win 2-1 away to Rhyl & Prestatyn. The home side took a tenth minute lead through Rachael Nattrass and stayed in front until ten minutes from time, when Ellie Wenger levelled the scores. Jess Dyer then grabbed a last minute winner to help steer City up the table.
 
Wrexham beat Aberystwyth Town for the second week in succession but this was a much closer affair than the FAW Women's Cup tie seven days earlier. Andrea Bailey's first half strike for Wrexham was cancelled out four minutes before half time by Stephanie Land and Aber remained on terms until the final eighteen minutes, when Phoebe Davies restored Wrexham's lead and an own goal by Sian Evans sealed a 3-1 victory.

 
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