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Cardiff Met Ladies got their title push back on track with a 5-1 victory away to Rhyl & Prestatyn which extends their lead at the top to eight points.
Steph Turner gave the university side a fifth minute lead which was quickly cancelled out by Caroline Gardner but Cardiff Met were back in front just before half time through Erin Murray. Soon after the restart, Rebecca Mathias and Robyn Pinder scored in quick succession as the league leaders took control of the game and Chloe O'Connor completed the scoring late on.
With second placed PILCS having their match against Wrexham postponed, Cardiff City FC took the chance to go level on points with them by beating Newcastle Emlyn 6-0. Maria Martins sent City into a second minute lead with Shannon Evans and Alicia Davies adding further goals during the first half. After the break, Sinead Melinn and Kirsty O'Donnell put their side further ahead, before Davies netted her second with ten minutes remaining.
Swansea City meanwhile kept their title chances alive, thanks to a 2-0 win against Port Talbot Town. The first half ended goalless, with the Swans breaking the deadlock ten minutes after the restart through Sam Sweeney. A Tija Richardson own goal with five minutes left ensured another important result for Ian Owen's side.
Llandudno leapfrogged Cwmbran Celtic in the table by defeating them 2-1. Stacey Treadwell gave them the lead eight minutes before half time, with Alana Murphy equalising for Cwmbran early in the second half. With six minutes left to play, Llandudno scored a decisive second courtesy of a strike from Katie Bowe.
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