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Met return with victory
 Women's Football News 11 Apr 2016
Cardiff Met Ladies returned to action and kept their run to the Welsh Premier Women's League title on track with a 3-0 victory away to Port Talbot Town. 
Met took the lead on the stroke of half time through Erin Murray and Ellie Sargent added a second early after the restart, before Murray completed her double midway through the second half. Met therefore go nine points clear at the top from Swansea City, who were not in action.
PILCS continue to head the teams in the hunt for the third place after scoring nine times without reply past Newcastle Emlyn. Alana Murphy and Lyndsey Davies each netted twice during the first half, with Kate Jeremiah also getting on the scoresheet. Murphy and Davies both went on to complete their hat-tricks before the hour mark, Jeremiah netting her second shortly afterwards and Caitlin Tew rounding off the scoring with five minutes remaining.
Cardiff City FC meanwhile won 6-2 against Aberystwyth Town to remain level on points with PILCS. Kylie Nolan and Shannon Evans ensured that City led by two goals at the break and although Tania Wylde reduced the arrears from the penalty spot, Evans restored the two-goal advantage four minutes later. Alicia Davies then scored twice, either side of an Emily Thomas strike for Aber, before Evans netted her hat-trick goal ten minutes from time.
Cwmbran Celtic kept their hopes alive of a top three place by winning 3-1 away to Rhyl & Prestatyn. Lauren Boyd put Cwmbran in front with just two minutes on the clock and Lois Regan added a further two goals ahead of the half hour. Laura Williams pulled one back for the home side with fifteen minutes remaining but Cwmbran saw the game out safely for their fourth straight win.
MBi Llandudno moved into sixth place, thanks to a 5-1 victory at Cyncoed Ladies.

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