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Cardiff Met Ladies and Swansea City will meet in this season's FAW Women's Cup Final after victories over last season's finalists in the semi finals on Sunday.
Holders Cardiff City FC played host to Met but it was the reigning WPWL Champions who produced a powerful display to put them on course for a possible second trophy of the campaign. Chloe O'Connor gave Met the lead on the half hour and after Rebecca Mathias had made it two, O'Connor scored her second on the stroke of half time. Jassie Vasconcelos got on the scoresheet early in the second half and O'Connor completed her hat-trick to round off an impressive win.
Swansea meanwhile made the long trip north to play Llandudno Ladies and led at the half time interval through a Jodie Passmore goal. Katy Hosford doubled their lead after the break and Passmore added a couple more for her hat-trick. Katie Davies netted the Swans' final goal during injury time, before Keren Allen grabbed a late consolation for Llandudno.
One match was played in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League on Sunday and it saw Abergavenny Women climb back into the top three with a 2-0 victory over Cyncoed Ladies. Kate Jeremiah opened the scoring for Abergavenny with two minutes on the clock and Ceri Hudson secured the points with the second goal on the hour.
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