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Cardiff Met Ladies extended their lead in the Welsh Premier Women's League to nine points by scoring six times without reply against Rhyl & Prestatyn.
It took thirteen minutes for the reigning Champions to open the scoring through Chloe O'Connor and Sophie Scherschel netted the second, before Robyn Pinder and Abi Fever added further goals ahead of half time. In the second half, O'Connor and Fever both completed their doubles to round off a ninth straight win for Cardiff Met and take their side to the 50-goal mark for the season.
Swansea City remain in third place after their South Wales derby match with Port Talbot Town finished level at 1-1. The Swans took the lead midway through the first half with a goal from Chloe Lloyd but Port Talbot hit back after the break and equalised through Courtney Thomas with seventeen minutes remaining.
Cardiff City FC were able to move level on points with Swansea as they edged out Newcastle Emlyn by the odd goal in five. Lisa Bird gave City the lead on the stroke of half time and looked to be in control midway through the second half when Nicola Cousins scored a second. However Newcastle Emlyn rallied well and pulled one back straight away through Jess Hammett, who went on to find the net once again seven minutes later. City were to have the final say though and grabbed an injury time winner from Bird to catch up with the top three, whilst for Newcastle Emlyn there was the small consolation of moving out of the bottom two on goal difference.
Cwmbran Celtic continue to do well in their first season in the league and their 2-0 victory over Llandudno returns them into the top half. The first half ended goalless but Rhiannon Taylor put Cwmbran in front on the hour mark and Lauren Boyd wrapped up the win with the second goal, ten minutes from time.
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