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Cardiff Met Ladies continue to stretch the pace at the top of the Welsh Premier Women's League following a 6-2 victory over PILCS.
Erin Murray gave Met a fifth minute lead which was cancelled out on the half hour by Lyndsey Davies, with Murray putting the reigning Champions back in front before the break. Murray went on to complete her hat-trick on the hour and despite Jassie Vasconcelos reducing the arrears, a fourth strike from Murray and a late brace from Chloe O'Connor wrapped up an important win for the leaders.
Swansea City meanwhile kept up their challenge in second place by beating Rhyl & Prestatyn. All of the Swans' goals came in the first half, Katy Hosford opening the scoring in the first minute and Jodie Passmore adding a second, before an own goal made it three just before half time. Swansea therefore stay eight points behind Cardiff Met and with two games in hand.
The withdrawal of Wrexham during the week has meant a re-calculation of the table, but the top places were not greatly affected. Cardiff City FC remain in third but lost a little ground as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Cwmbran Celtic. Chelsea Cochrane put City ahead from the penalty spot in the seventh minute, but Cwmbran hit back to earn themselves a fourth draw in six matches when Rhiannon Taylor grabbed an equaliser three minutes before half time.
MBi Llandudno recorded their biggest victory of the season and are up into fourth place after scoring eleven times without reply against Newcastle Emlyn. Sofie Owen and Stacey Tradewell each bagged a hat-trick with goals either side of the break whilst Catrin Thomas and Rosie Hughes both netted first half braces. Katie Bowe joined them on the scoresheet by scoring the final goal, five minutes from time.
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