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Swansea City have won the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League title for the third time after Cardiff Met Ladies were held to a 1-1 draw by Abergavenny Women on Sunday.
Met needed nothing less than a victory to keep the title race alive and looked to be on their way when captain Robyn Pinder gave them the lead after ten minutes. However a Sara Moreira own goal on the hour brought third placed Abergavenny level and Met could not find a winner, confirming Swansea as Champions. Met require one point from their final two matches in order to secure the runners-up spot.
Cyncoed Ladies will finish in fifth place after they defeated Llandudno Ladies 4-2. Llandudno twice took the lead during the first half through Kelsey Davies and Jordanne Greenough, with Clare Daley having equalised inbetween. The North Wales side held their lead until eight minutes from time, when a three-goal blast from Cyncoed gave them the points. Alice Griffiths netted twice in quick succession to put Cyncoed in front and Daley went on to wrap up the points with her second goal.
Rhyl Ladies moved out of the bottom two with a 4-0 victory over Aberystwyth Town. Rachael Nattrass ensured that Rhyl led at the interval and after the break, Rebecca Bannister and Emily Jones increased their lead before Nattrass completed the scoring five minutes from time.
Briton Ferry Llansawel registered their first league win of the season, a 3-2 success away to Port Talbot Town. Vicky Stratton gave Port Talbot a first half lead and after Emily Hancock equalised four minutes later, an own goal put them back in front in the opening minute of the second half. Lucy Powell and Laura May Walkley then scored in a three minute spell to earn Ferry the points.
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