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Abergavenny Women have got off to an excellent start this season and currently lead the Welsh Premier Women's League by five points after winning each of their opening four games, the latest being a 5-1 victory over Rhyl Ladies on Sunday.
We talked to Abergavenny midfielder Kate Jeremiah who was very pleased with the club's start so far, not only with their results but also with the way the club formerly known as PILCS has settled down so quickly at their new home:
WSS: Well done on another good win on Sunday, how pleased were you with the way the team played?
KJ: It was a good win on Sunday, although we weren't at our best to be fair and game was spoilt with the two sendings off for Rhyl plus their manager was also sent off for constantly questioning the referee's decisions. Happy with the three points though and I got two goals, which is always pleasing!
WSS: Four wins out of four has been the perfect start, has the club approached the season in a different way from before?
KJ: It's been a great start to the season after a summer of change, hard work and new players coming in. Winning at Swansea and Cardiff has given the team lots of confidence and we're looking forward to the season ahead.
WSS: How big a confidence booster was that opening day win over Swansea City?
KJ: Winning at Swansea on day one was fantastic, especially after throwing away a three-goal lead and for me to get the winner was special. It meant a lot to the girls who lost to Swansea in the League Cup final last season and owed them one to be fair.
WSS: Lyndsey Davies has been in brilliant form in front of goal, how good is it for the team to have someone like her up front?
KJ: Lyndsey is a special talent and gives the team so much more than just goals. Having won the Premier League Golden Boot in 2014 and 2015, she lost out by one goal last season after sacrificing her striker role in the latter part of the season to help out in midfield. How she's never got a Wales call up is shocking and I know my dad and brother who run our team get frustrated about it.
WSS: Is it a little disappointing to be without a game this week, now that the team has built up a lot of momentum?
KJ: It may be a couple of weeks until we play again as all games on October 9th have been postponed due to the Wales men's team playing. Also with Cwmbran Celtic dropping out, teams are left without a game which is frustrating, especially with twelve points on the board.
WSS: How smooth was the transition and change to Abergavenny Women during the summer?
KJ: Changing from PILCS Ladies to Abergavenny has been brilliant and we get so much support from everyone there, which we never got at PILCS. We feel part of a big family at a club with lots of ambition. I know my dad has worked so hard over the summer getting everything in place and our squad now is so strong and we're playing at a nice ground on a pitch which is well looked after.
Our thanks to Kate!
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