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Cardiff Met Ladies are the new leaders of a congested Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League table after running out 5-0 winners over Abergavenny Women.
Lauren Townsend gave the Archers an early lead from a free kick, before Robyn Pinder and Kitty Wells added goals in quick succession. Wells netted her second goal ahead of half time, with Monique Fischer rounding off the scoring during the second half.
Met head a total of five teams which are level on nine points, with reigning Champions Swansea City climbing above previous table toppers Cardiff City FC after beating them 3-0. All of the Swans' goals came during the first half, Stacey John-Davies heading them in front early on and Jodie Passmore adding the second. John-Davies completed her double seven minutes before half time to help inflict a first defeat of the season on Cardiff, who are now in third.
Cyncoed Ladies claimed their third victory on the trot with a 3-1 success away to Rhyl Ladies. In another game where all of the goals were scored in the first half, Gwen Davies gave Cyncoed a lead which was cancelled out seven minutes later by Emily Jones, but the Cardiff-based side were quickly back in front through Jess Williams and Niamh Tinman wrapped up the win with the third.
Port Talbot Town have also got off to a good start and are the fifth of the teams on nine points following their 2-1 victory over Caldicot Town. Port Talbot led at the interval through Rachel Ball, with Alana Murphy replying for Caldicot early in the second half, and the game remained in the balance until five minutes from time when Terri Beddows struck to settle matters in Port Talbot's favour.
Llandudno Ladies meanwhile played host to Caernarfon Town in a North Wales derby match with both teams looking to register their first points of the season. It was Llandudno who were to triumph 5-0, Louisha Doran netting a first half brace to put them two ahead at the interval and she completed her hat-trick from the penalty spot, midway through the second half. Kelsey Davies further extended Llandudno's lead but Doran had not yet finished, rounding off a four-goal haul in injury time.
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