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Cardiff Met Ladies defeated Cwmbran Celtic 4-0 on the resumption of the Welsh Premier Women's League and extended their lead to seven points in the process.
Abi Fever struck twice inside the opening half hour to give Met a two-goal lead and Steph Turner added a third early in the second half. Georgie Malpas rounded off the win with the fourth goal with seven minutes remaining as her side made it ten wins from eleven matches.
Second placed PILCS went down to a 4-1 defeat away to Swansea City, who close to within one point of their opponents. The Swans netted three times inside the opening 26 minutes, Jodie Passmore bagging a brace of goals either side of a strike from Katy Hosford. Amy Thrupp pulled a goal back for PILCS early in the second half but Swansea sewed up the win with twenty minutes remaining through Rachel Rowe.
Cardiff City FC returned to winning ways by scoring seven times without reply past Port Talbot Town. Shannon Evans opened the scoring for City midway through the first half and Lisa Bird added a brace ahead of the interval. Bird completed her hat-trick on the hour mark and went on to net a fourth goal before Sinead Melinn and Nicola Cousins both found the net to round off the scoring.
Llandudno moved into mid-table after running out 4-0 winners over Newcastle Emlyn. All of the goals came in the second half, Katie Bowe giving Llandudno the lead before Rosie Hughes scored a fifteen minute hat-trick to wrap up the victory for her side.
The two teams at the foot of the table met each other in a vital clash and it was hosts Rhyl & Prestatyn who took the points through a dramatic winner in a 3-2 victory against Aberystwyth Town. Laura Williams gave them the lead from the penalty spot with Aber hitting back four minutes later with a goal from Hannah Miles. Williams netted a second after the break but Aberystwyth looked to have picked up their first point of the season when Naomi Evans equalised five minutes from time. However, four minutes into injury time, Williams scored a decisive third to complete her hat-trick and break Aber's hearts, putting a nine point margin between the two sides.
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