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Swansea City have opened up a lead of four points at the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League following their 3-0 victory away to Briton Ferry Llansawel.
The first half ended goalless but seven minutes after the restart, Emma Beynon opened the scoring for the Swans and Jodie Passmore quickly added a second, before Passmore netted the final goal during injury time.
Second placed Abergavenny Women lost a little ground when going down 1-0 to Cardiff City FC. Shannon Evans scored the only goal of the game with four minutes remaining to keep City's title hopes alive and put a dent in the home side's challenge.
Cardiff Met Ladies meanwhile ensured they remained on track by beating Llandudno Ladies 3-1. Jassie Vasconcelos gave Met the lead just after the quarter hour but early in the second half, an own goal by Steph Turner brought Llandudno back on terms. Carys Hill restored Met's advantage with eighteen minutes remaining and Erin Murray wrapped up the win shortly afterwards, to bring Met to within two points of Abergavenny.
Cyncoed Ladies continue to have a good season and strengthened their position in the top half with a hard fought 4-3 victory over Rhyl Ladies. Grace Horrell gave Cyncoed a first half lead which was cancelled out by Ashley Mills, before Laura Williams sent Rhyl ahead for the first time on the half hour. Alice Griffiths then scored to put Cyncoed back on level terms before half time. The home side went back in front through Horrell midway through the second half and Fern Burrage scored what proved to be a decisive fourth, before Rebecca Bannister reduced the arrears late on.
Port Talbot Town claimed their first home league victory of the season when defeating Aberystwyth Town 3-0. Jesci Hare opened the scoring after five minutes and Samantha Morgan added a second midway through the first half, with Wenna Albury also getting on the scoresheet early in the second half.
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