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Late Stacey penalty keeps Archers ahead
 Women's Football Wales Premier League News - 31 Oct 2017
Cardiff Met Ladies maintained their winning start to the season in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League with a hard earned 2-1 victory against local rivals Cyncoed Ladies.
Naomi Clipston put the league leaders in front on the stroke of half time but Cyncoed, who have got off to a good start themselves, were level just after the hour mark through Kirstie Pervin-Davies. With five minutes remaining, Stacey Ayling netted from the penalty spot to hand the Archers their fifth win in succession and keep her side three points clear at the top of the table.
Swansea City head the chasing teams as they kept up their own 100% record when scoring six times without reply against Caernarfon Town. Emma Beynon netted twice inside the opening twenty minutes with Sarah Adams and Jodie Passmore also getting on the scoresheet ahead of half time. Stacey John-Davis made it five within a minute of the restart and Alison Witts rounded off the scoring for the Swans with the final goal.
Abergavenny Women kept up their return to form with a 5-1 success away to Port Talbot Town, which takes them into third place. Lauren Boyce gave Aber an early lead which was quickly cancelled out by Carys Davies, but Lyndsey Davies restored their advantage just before the break. Maxine Mudge and Sian Bull netted further goals in the opening ten minutes of the second half and Laura Davies netted the final goal.
Cardiff City FC complete a trio of teams on the heels of Cardiff Met following their 5-3 victory away to Caldicot Town. Shannon Evans scored twice in the opening quarter of the game, either side of a reply from Ashleigh Harris, before Kanisha Underdown increased City's lead from the penalty spot. Cerys Pinchard pulled one back for Caldicot but Alicia Davies made sure that City were two goals ahead at half time. Harris renewed Caldicot's hopes by reducing the arrears early in the second half and things remained in the balance until three minutes from time, when Davies sealed the points with her second goal.
The five games on the day yielded a total of 30 goals and seven were on show in the North Wales derby where Llandudno Ladies returned from Rhyl Ladies with a 5-2 win under their belts. It wasn't until just before half time that the deadlock was broken though, Amy Webster giving Rhyl the lead but after the break, Kelsey Davies levelled the scores and a Louisa Doren brace gave Llandudno a two-goal advantage. Sophie Owen and Kate Bowe added further goals to crown the win, before Caroline Gardner scored a late consolation for Rhyl.

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