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Cardiff open up early lead
 Women's Football Wales Premier League News - 28 Sep 2017
Cardiff City have moved to the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League with a 4-0 victory over Rhyl Ladies.
Shannon Evans and Alicia Davies gave City a two-goal lead going into the break and in the second half, Evans and Davies both completed their doubles to round off a result which gives their side a lead of three points.
Cardiff Met Ladies occupy second place after scoring six times without reply away to Caldicot Town. Ellie Walker-Smith opened the scoring for the Archers, with Naomi Clipston adding a second ahead of half time. Robyn Pinder added a quickfire double after the break and Clipston got on the scoresheet again, before Jasmine Simpson rounded off the scoring late on.
Abergavenny Women had started the day on top of the table but are back in third after going down to their first defeat, 3-2 at the hands of reigning Champions Swansea City. Ceri Hudson fired home a long range free kick to give Abergavenny the lead but within eight minutes of the restart, the Swans were ahead thanks to Katy Hosford and Sarah Adams. Amy Thrupp levelled matters once again just before the hour mark but with twelve minutes remaining, Jodie Passmore netted a decisive third for Swansea to give them a second straight win and join Abergavenny on six points.
These teams also include Cyncoed Ladies who registered their second victory of the season by beating Llandudno Ladies 3-0. All of Cyncoed's goals came during the final eleven minutes, Kirstie Davies breaking the deadlock in their favour and Caitlin Bevan wrapped up the win by scoring twice in a minute.
Port Talbot Town are a fifth team with six points under their belts, following a 4-1 success away to Caernarfon Town. Carys Davies and Vicky Stratton got Port Talbot off to a flying start, putting them two ahead inside the opening twelve minutes, before Catrin Thomas pulled one back for Caernarfon shortly afterwards. Courtney Thomas restored the two-goal advantage ahead of half time and Lauren Amor sealed the points for her side with the fourth.

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