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Cardiff Met Ladies inched a step closer towards retaining the Welsh Premier Women's League title when battling out a goalless draw with Cardiff City FC.
With PILCS' match away to Cwmbran Celtic falling victim to a waterlogged pitch, the university side now head the table by eleven points having played two more games than their nearest rivals, whilst City stay in fourth place.
Swansea City meanwhile moved themselves to within one point of PILCS, thanks to a 5-2 victory over Llandudno. Jodie Passmore and Stacey John sent the Swans into a two-goal lead by the half hour, before Katie Bowe halved the arrears just ahead of half time. Katy Hosford made it three for Swansea in the opening minute of the second half and after Sophie Owen had renewed hopes for Llandudno, Carrie Slack and John, with her second, wrapped up the win for Ian Owen's side.
Wrexham kept up their good form by scoring five without reply away to Newcastle Emlyn. Four of the goals came during a 15-minute spell during the first half, Becky Pritchard opening the scoring with further strikes coming from Laura Mitchell, Phoebe Davies and Amber Bailey. Amber Dean completed the tally for Wrexham with five minutes remaining, for a result which sees them make up more ground on the top four.
Aberystwyth Town were unable to close the gap on the teams above them as they suffered an agonising 3-2 defeat at the hands of mid-table Port Talbot Town. Hayley Williams gave Port Talbot a first half lead which was swiftly cancelled out by Emily Thomas, with Shona Davies putting the visitors back in front midway through the second half. Naiomi Evans looked to have earned Aber a precious point with she levelled the scores once again but with five minutes to go, Sian Scannell gave Port Talbot the lead for the third time and they held on for their sixth win of the season.
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