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Cardiff Met Ladies made it five wins out of five and continue to lead the Welsh Premier Women's League after beating Cardiff City FC 2-0.
Both teams went into the game sporting unbeaten records and were separated by only two points but a goal in each half by Ellie Sargent was enough to earn Cardiff Met the win.
Swansea City remain hard on their heels in second place after they also won 2-0 away to MBI Llandudno. Jodie Passmore gave the Swans the lead in the tenth minute and Emily Brown wrapped up the points with the second goal on the hour mark.
Fourth placed PILCS made it three wins on the trot with a 4-1 success against Port Talbot Town. Lyndsey Davies' strike midway through the first half was cancelled out just before the break by Jesci Hare, but Amy Thrupp restored PILCS' lead early in the second half and they went on to secure the result with further goals from Davies and Jassie Costa.
Rhyl & Prestatyn climbed above Cyncoed Ladies and into the top half of the table after beating them 3-1. The North Wales side took a second minute lead via a Laura Williams penalty, with Claire Bailey equalising for Cyncoed midway through the first half. After the break, goals in a six minute spell from Laura Williams and Lucy Williams tipped the balance firmly in Rhyl & Prestatyn's favour.
After claiming their first victory of the season last week, Aberystwyth Town looked to be on their way to another at Cwmbran Celtic when Emily Thomas gave them the lead just after the hour. However, Cwmbran once again demonstrated their fighting spirit and staged another comeback, Lauren Boyd grabbing a late leveller to earn her side their third draw in four matches, only losing so far to leaders Cardiff Met.
Newcastle Emlyn meanwhile notched up their first win, beating Wrexham 2-0. Caroline Cooper and Carys Davies were on target for Newcastle Emlyn but the result wasn't quite enough to lift them off the foot of the table, they remain there on goal difference. Just one point currently covers the bottom five teams.
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