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PILCS avenge Cup defeat
 Women's Football News 9 May 2016
Welsh Premier Women's League runners-up Swansea City went down to only their second defeat of the season on Sunday when they were beaten 2-1 by PILCS. 
Alana Murphy's goal on the quarter hour was cancelled two minutes later by Emma Beynon, before a second half srike by Jassie Vasconcelos gave PILCS the points and avenged their recent League Cup Final defeat at the hands of the Swans.
Cardiff City FC ran out 7-1 winners over MBi Llandudno to hold on to third position in the table. In the repeat of last month's FAW Women's Cup Final, Danielle Green gave City a first half lead and after the break, Kylie Nolan hit a hat-trick and Shannon Evans contributed a brace, with Green netting her second goal before Stacey Tradewell grabbed a late consolation for the visitors.

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