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Swansea City have made Cardiff Met Ladies wait before they are able to lift the Welsh Premier Women's League trophy after spoiling their party with a 1-0 victory on Sunday.
The university side needed to avoid defeat in order to be crowned as Champions for the third time in four years but with eleven minutes remaining, Katy Hosford scored the only goal of the game to keep the Swans' slender hopes alive.
The result means that Swansea are confirmed as finishing in the top two and they can still catch Cardiff Met on points by winning their last two games, although it would have to be by an unlikely 38 goals if they are to land the title themselves.
Cardiff City FC ended their campaign with a 2-0 win away to Wrexham and could yet finish in the top three. The prolific Lisa Bird netted two first half goals to earn City a result which takes them in third, where they will end up unless PILCS win their final match.
Rhyl & Prestatyn finished up their first season in the league with their fifth victory, a 3-1 success at Cwmbran Celtic. Tonicha Dickens gave Rhyl a first half lead which was cancelled out after the half hour by Nia Davies, before an own goal put the visitors back in front midway through the second half and Laura Williams wrapped up the win with the third goal.
Llandudno also made sure that their campaign went out on a high note, they won 2-1 away to Aberystwyth Town thanks to goals from Rosie Hughes and Jordanne Greenough.
Photo - Sophie Owen gets in a shot for Llandudno, past Ffion Wyn of Aberystwyth Town (www.atfc.org.uk).
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