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Swans maintain League Cup defence
 Women's Football Wales Premier League News - 7 Dec 2016
Welsh Premier Women's League Cup holders Swansea City are through to the semi finals once again following a 3-0 victory away to Llandudno Ladies on Sunday.
The first half ended goalless but the Swans netted three times in the opening fifteen minutes of the second half to take control of the game. Jodie Passmore opened the scoring five minutes after the restart, before Stacey John and Sophie Hancocks rounded off the win with further goals.
League leaders Abergavenny Women booked their place in the last four by winning 5-2 away to Briton Ferry Llansawel, who were making their debut in the competition. Abergavenny raced into a three goal lead through Gabi Hughes, Kate Jeremiah and an own goal before Mollie Jones reduced the arrears ahead of half time. Alana Murphy restored the advantage during the second half and although Claudia Meyrick pulled one back for Briton Ferry, Lyndsey Davies rounded off the scoring for the visitors late on.
Cardiff Met Ladies advanced from their local derby against Cardiff City FC with a 4-1 victory. All of the goals came during the second half, Jassie Vasconcelos netting twice for Met along with Chloe O'Connor and Carys Hill, while City's consolation came from Alicia Davies.
Port Talbot Town are in the semi finals for the second time in three years after they defeated Aberystwyth Town 6-2 after extra time. Jesci Hare gave Port Talbot the lead, before Aber hit back and an Amy Jenkins double looked to have given them victory until Terri Beddows netted an injury time equaliser. This goal greatly boosted Port Talbot and they never looked back after Vicki Stratton netted two early goals during the extra period, going on to add further strikes through Danni Franklin and Jess Hammett.

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