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Lucky fourteen for Aberystwyth
 Women's Football News 9 Feb 2015
Lucky fourteen for Aberystwyth   - 9 Feb 2015 - Women's Football NewsAberystwyth Town ended their run of 13 successive defeats in the Welsh Premier Women's League with a 3-1 victory over Newcastle Emlyn, to record their first points of the season. 
Aber had to come from behind on the day as well, Newcsatle Emlyn taking a 26th minute lead through Cerys Davies but the home side were quickly back on terms with a goal from Naomi Evans. Amy Jenkins put them in front for the first time on the stroke of half time and she went on to seal the points with her second goal, just after the hour mark to rekindle her side's survival hopes.
Things remain unchanged at the top with Cardiff Met Ladies staying ten points clear, thanks to a 2-0 win against Port Talbot Town. Both of the goals came during the first half, Ellie Sargent opening the scoring and Robyn Pinder adding the second, six minutes ahead of the break.
PILCS got back to winning ways as they defeated Rhyl & Prestatyn 5-1. Lyndsey Davies broke the deadlock five minutes before half time and after Laura Williams had equalised early in the second half, Alice Morgan restored PILCS' lead and the prolific Davies added a second two minutes later. Caitlin Tew and Kerry Hudson rounded off the scoring with goals in the last ten minutes for a much needed result.
Cardiff City FC meanwhile conceded further ground on the leaders as they battled out a 2-2 draw with Llandudno. The North Wales side led at the break with the only goal of the first half, scored by Rosie Hughes, with Shannon Evans levelling matters four minutes after the restart. Hughes put Llandudno back in front with her second on the hour and City hit back for a share of the spoils through a strike from Georgia John.
Cwmbran Celtic took on Wrexham with fifth place available to the winning side and it is Wrexham who remain closest to the top four after their meeting resulted in a goalless draw. 
Photo - Ouch...Aberystwyth Town's Amy Jenkins and Debbie Wise of Newcastle Emlyn collide during Aber's 3-1 victory (www.atfc.org.uk).

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