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With Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Cardiff Met Ladies not playing, second placed Swansea City narrowed the gap on them to nine points with a 2-0 win against Aberystwyth Town.
The two teams had met seven days earlier and it was the Swans who completed a quickfire double with first half goals from Emma Beynon and Jodie Passmore.
PILCS remain in third place but only on goal difference after they were beaten 3-1 by the team immediately below them, Cardiff City FC. Ceri Hudson gave PILCS a fourth minute lead but Cardiff turned things around by the break with strikes from Montana May and Kylie Nolan. May then settled matters with her second goal, midway through the second half.
Cwmbran Celtic claimed their third victory in a row and are looking good for a top half finish after edging out Cyncoed Ladies by the odd goal in five. Lauren Boyd gave Cwmbran an early lead which was cancelled out by Fern Burrage and then Gwen Davies put Cyncoed in front just before the hour. Two goals in a four minute spell from Niamh Tinman and Lauren Boyd gave the match another twist and Cwmbran the points.
Port Talbot Town remain in mid-table following their 1-1 draw with MBi Llandudno. Jesci Hare gave Port Talbot a first half lead with Katie Bowe earning Llandudno a share of the spoils with an equaliser after the break.
Newcastle Emlyn claimed only their second point of the season when they battled out a 1-1 draw with Rhyl & Prestatyn. The North Wales side took a first half lead through Rebecca Bannister, a goal which looked to have given her side the points before Jess Hammett netted a late goal for Newcastle Emlyn to level the scores.
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