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Cardiff Met Ladies produced a powerful display as they defeated Aberystwyth Town to stay two points ahead at the top of the Welsh Premier Women's League.
Erin Murray led the scoring for the reigning Champions as she scored a hat-trick, whilst Ellie Parsons added a goal in each half. Emily Allen and Robyn Pinder ensured that Met led by five goals going into half time and after the break, they were joined on the scoresheet by Abi Fever, Stacey Ayling, Georgia Bridges, Ellie Sargent and Anne Davey.
Second met third in the game of the day and it was Swansea City who emerged triumphant, beating Cardiff City FC 2-1 to stay on Met's heels. Cardiff did lead at the interval through Kylie Nolan, who scored four minutes before the break, but in the second half Swansea turned the game around and two goals in a four minute spell from Katy Hosford and Jodie Passmore gave them three valuable points.
Cwmbran Celtic made it back to back victories in the league and their 2-1 success against Port Talbot Town moves them into the top half of the table, level on points with their opponents. Chloe Chivers put Cwmbran in front midway through the second half and Niamh Tinman scored what proved to be a decisive second, despite Vicky Stratton pulling a goal back for Port Talbot seven minutes from time.
Newcastle Emlyn are off the bottom of the table after battling back to earn themselves a 3-3 draw against mid-table Cyncoed Ladies. Cyncoed got off to a flying start, going two ahead inside the opening nine minutes thanks to Carys Hill, before Caroline Cooper responded for the home side on the half hour. Ellen Phillips netted a third for Cyncoed but Cooper reduced the arrears once again, just before the break. There was no further scoring until the 83rd minute, when Jeanne Lojstrup found the net to give Newcastle Emlyn a share of the spoils.
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