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Abergavenny Ladies kept up their good start to the season in the Welsh Premier Women's League with a 2-0 victory over Aberystwyth Town.
Alana Murphy gave them the lead midway through the first half and Lyndsey Davies added the second early in the second half, to ensure they stay two points ahead at the top of the table.
Llandudno Ladies are in second place after they won 3-2 away to newly promoted Briton Ferry Llansawel. The home side were making their first appearance in the league and although they found themselves behind after six minutes when Rosie Hughes scored, they hit back to go ahead when Claudia Meyrick and Lucy Powell found the net in an eight minute spell. Their joy lasted just a minute as Katie Bowe equalised once again and six minutes into the second half, Stacey Tradewell slotted home the winning goal for Llandudno from the penalty spot.
Cardiff City FC opened up their season a week late and ran out 6-2 winners over Cyncoed Ladies in their local derby match. Athina Varnava got Cyncoed off to a flying start but City were 3-1 ahead at half time, Shannon Evans netting either side of a Lisa Owens goal. Fern Burrage renewed hopes for Cyncoed when she reduced the arrears after the break but an own goal restored the two-goal advantage just before the hour and City went on to crown the win with further strikes from Danielle Broadhurst and Danielle Green.
Swansea City made the short trip to Port Talbot Town and returned with a 2-0 victory under their belts, their first of the season. The two goals came either side of half time, Stacey John giving them the lead and Ria Hughes scoring the second.
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