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Met and Swans claim second wins
 Women's Football News 20 Sep 2015
Met and Swans claim second wins - 20 Sep 2015 - Women's Football NewsCardiff Met Ladies continued their fast start to the new season in the Welsh Premier Women's League by scoring ten times without reply against Newcastle Emlyn. 
Stacey Ayling led the scoring for the reigning Champions with a hat-trick, Emily Allen netting twice including one strike in the opening minute of the match. Georgia Bridges also contributed a brace and the total was completed by Ellie Sargent, Robyn Pinder and Erin Murray.
Swansea City also made it two wins out of two with a 2-0 success against PILCS. Lara Gait opened the scoring for the Swans just before half time and they wrapped up the points midway through the second half when Sarah Adams netted the second goal.
Cardiff City FC picked up their first victory of the new season, 3-0 over Port Talbot Town. Shannon Evans scored two first half goals for the Bluebirds and Alice Broadley added the third with ten minutes remaining to help take her side onto four points and into third place.
Wrexham got off the mark with a narrow 3-2 victory against newly promoted Cyncoed Ladies. Lyndsey Rodgers gave Wrexham an early lead which was cancelled out by Carys Hill, the scores being level at half time. Cyncoed went in front through Del Taylor, two minutes into the second half, but Wrexham turned things around and Rodgers went on to complete a hat-trick which tipped the balance in their favour.
Rhyl & Prestatyn edged out Aberystwyth Town 2-1 to register their first points of the season. Lowri Morgan put Aber in front with nine minutes played but the North Wales side hit back to claim victory, Ashley Mills levelling the scores before Rebecca Bannister went on to score a late winner. 
Photo - Rhyl & Prestatyn's Rebecca Bannister plays the ball past Aberystwyth Town duo Amy Jenkins and Rosie Pugh (www.atfc.org.uk).

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