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Swansea and PILCS narrow gap
 Women's Football News 10 Nov 2014
 
With Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Cardiff Met Ladies not in action on Sunday, their nearest rivals took the opportunity to reduce their advantage at the top of the table with victories. 
 
Swansea City hold on to second place, six points off the pace, after they defeated Wrexham 2-0. Emma Beynon put the Swans in front in the 25th minute and Jodie Passmore made the points safe with the second goal late on.
 
PILCS meanwhile stayed level on points with Swansea as they ran out 5-1 winners away to Aberystwyth Town. Lyndsey Davies netted twice inside the opening thirteen minutes but after Kelly Thomas pulled one back for the home side, things remained tight at the break. However in the second half, Kate Jeremiah restored the two-goal advantage for PILCS and Hope Suominen added a brace in quick succession around the hour mark to seal the points.
 
The next four teams are all level on ten points, now including Cardiff City FC who came from behind to win 3-1 at Cwmbran Celtic. Rhiannon Taylor gave Cwmbran the lead in the 35th minute but Cardiff were in front by the interval, courtesy of strikes from Hattie Powell and Amy Wathan. Kirsty O'Donnell clinched the win for City with the third goal, early in the second half.
 
The North Wales derby match went the way of Rhyl & Prestatyn who edged out Llandudno by the odd goal in five. Llandudno got off to a flying start with Stacey Treadwell opening the scoring in the second minute but by the half hour, Rhyl & Prestatyn were in front through Rebekah Hansen and a Claire Colville own goal. Laura Williams made it three just after the hour and although Sofie Owen pulled a goal back for Llandudno, Rhyl & Prestatyn held on for their second league victory of the season.
 
The win takes Rhyl & Prestatyn level on points with opponents Llandudno and Newcastle Emlyn, whose game with Port Talbot Town was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

 
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