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Cardiff Met Ladies' nine-match winning start to the season was brought to a halt as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Swansea City.
The Swans actually drop a place in the table to fourth but went very close to inflicting a first defeat of the season as they led for much of the game through a 35th minute strike from Chloe Lloyd. With twelve minutes remaining, Sophie Scherschel grabbed an equaliser for Met which preserved their unbeaten record.
Second placed PILCS narrowed the gap on Cardiff Met to seven points as they defeated Port Talbot Town 3-0. All of the goals came in the first half, Lyndsey Davies giving her side the lead with twenty minutes on the clock, before Katrina French netted a brace ahead of half time to seal a seventh win in eight games for PILCS.
Cardiff City FC's climb up the table has taken them into third place, their highest position of the season so far, as they scored six times without reply against Wrexham. Shannon Evans put City in front midway through the first half with Danielle Broadhurst adding a further two before the break. Broadhurst completed her hat-trick early in the second half, with Hattie Flawn-Powell and Siobhan Walsh also getting on the scoresheet to round off an impressive win.
Cwmbran Celtic picked up another good result to cement themselves in the top half of the table, a 4-2 victory away to Rhyl & Prestatyn. Lauren Boyd and Alana Murphy gave Cwmbran a two-goal lead during the first half, a scoreline which remained until twenty minutes from time when Lauren Smith netted a third. Laura Williams pulled one back for Rhyl & Prestatyn but Murphy quickly restored the three-goal advantage with her second, before Zoe Stopford grabbed a late consolation for the home side.
Llandudno WFC are out of the bottom three following a 2-0 win against Aberystwyth Town. Both of the goals came during a five-minute spell leading up to half time, an own goal putting Llandudno ahead with Rosie Hughes adding the second shortly afterwards.
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