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Cardiff Met Ladies came from behind to beat Cardiff City FC 4-1 and lift themselves into second place in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League.
City took the lead ten minutes before half time through Kanisha Underdown but Met were back on level terms within a minute of the restart thanks to Erin Murray. Midway through the second half, Murray scored her second to put Met ahead for the first time, before Jassie Vasconcelos added a third and Lauren Townsend rounded off the scoring late on.
Met now trail leaders Swansea City, who did not play, by six points and have a game in hand but they have moved above their local rivals and Abergavenny Women, who were beaten 4-1 by Cyncoed Ladies. Kate Jeremiah opened the scoring for Abergavenny just before half time but after the break, Grace Horrell netted twice along with Alice Griffiths and Clare Daley to seal the win for Cyncoed who are looking good for at least a top five finish.
Llandudno Ladies achieved their best result of the season to date when they won 6-1 away to Aberystwyth Town. Stacey Tradewell gave Llandudno a first minute lead with Rosie Hughes and Sofie Owen adding further goals during the first half. Tradewell and Owen each netted their second and although Tanya Wilde reduced the arrears for the home side, Hughes also completed her double late on to round off the scoring.
Rhyl Ladies and Briton Ferry Llansawel battled out a 1-1 draw which means that the four point gap between the two teams remains. Rhyl led during the first half with a goal from Laura Williams, with Briton Ferry hitting back to earn themselves a draw courtesy of a Lucy Powell penalty.
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