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Cardiff Met Ladies have taken a huge step towards retaining their Welsh Premier Women's League title following a 2-1 victory over rivals Swansea City.
The two teams went into the game having dropped the same number of points and a flying start to the match by Met proved to be the main difference. Steph Turner gave them the lead in the opening minute with a goal against her former club and Robyn Pinder added a second with only eight minutes on the clock. Swansea brought themselves back into the game in the first minute of the second half when Sophie Hancocks pulled a goal back but in a well contested match which lived up to its billing, Met saw the game out for three vital points. The reigning Champions now head the table by twelve points from the Swans, who have three games in hand.
PILCS kept up their good form of recent weeks and are closing in on the top three after beating Cyncoed Ladies 2-1. Cyncoed did take a first half lead through Ellen Phillips but two goals in an eight minute spell during the second half from Katie Adams and Jassie Vasconcelos tipped matters in PILCS' favour.
Port Talbot Town boosted their chances of a top half finish with a 2-1 victory over Newcastle Emlyn, whose position is becoming more worrying. The deadlock was broken midway through the second half when Caroline Cooper gave Newcastle Emlyn the lead. It looked as though they would be on their way towards three crucial points but with seven minutes left, Sian Scannell levelled for Port Talbot and they grabbed an injury time winner through Rachel Ball.
MBi Llandudno are up into mid-table following a 4-0 win against Aberystwyth Town. Katie Bowe netted twice inside the opening seventeen minutes and the striker went on to complete her hat-trick early in the second half, before Kelsey Davies wrapped up the win with the fourth goal.
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