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Cardiff Met Ladies kept up their goal laden start to the new season as they ran out 9-1 winners over Cwmbran Celtic.
An own goal gave the reigning Champions a tenth minute lead with Robyn Pinder adding a second shortly afterwards. Stacey Ayling and Chloe O'Connor also got on the scoresheet early in the second half before the teams bizarrely exchanged own goals within minutes of each other. Georgia Bridges netted a brace before Ayling completed her hat-trick to ensure that Met stayed top of the table with maximum points.
Swansea City also have three wins out of three after beating Newcastle Emlyn 3-0. Katy Davies netted the only goal of the first half for the Swans before they went on to seal the points after the break through further strikes from Sophie Hancocks and Emily Brown.
Cardiff City FC maintained third place by winning 6-3 away to MBI Llandudno. Shannon Evans gave Cardiff an early lead which was quickly cancelled out by Stacey Tradewell and despite Sofie Owen putting Llandudno in front, Cardiff struck back again before the break when Evans scored her second. After the break, Evans netted two more to complete a four-goal haul and she was joined on the scoresheet by Alicia Davies and Jasmine Turner, while Kelsey Davies made a further reply for the home side.
Cyncoed Ladies continued their promising start following promotion by running out 4-1 winners over Port Talbot Town. Clare Daley scored twice for Cyncoed inside the opening twenty minutes, before Jessica Curran pulled a goal back midway through the first half. Holly Broad restored the two-goal advantage on the hour and they went on to crown the win with a late strike from Ellen Phillips.
Rhyl & Prestatyn and Wrexham occupy the mid-table positions after the sides battled out a 1-1 draw. After a goalless first half, Kayleigh Barrett gave Wrexham the lead with twelve minutes remaining but Rhyl & Prestatyn hit back and earned themselves a share of the spoils thanks to Shannon Hobbs' late equaliser.
After a very tough opening two matches, PILCS got themselves off the mark by scoring seven times without reply against Aberystwyth Town. Alana Murphy scored twice inside the opening quarter hour and Amy Thrupp added a third ahead of half time. Lyndsey Davies then bagged a ten minute hat-trick early in the second half and Shauna Pentney rounded off the scoring with the final goal.
Photo - Sophie Hancocks slides in to win a tackle for Swansea City from Newcastle Emlyn's Carys Davies (www.atfc.org.uk).
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