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Cardiff Met Ladies maintained their lead of three points at the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League as they won 6-0 away to Caernarfon Town.
Kitty Wells and Monique Fischer gave the Archers a two-goal lead going into the break and early in the second half, Rebecca Mathias added a third before Jasmine Simpson bagged a hat-trick to crown a sixth straight victory for the leaders.
Swansea City stay three points behind, with a game in hand, after they also scored six times without reply away to Llandudno Ladies. Sophie Hancocks put the Swans ahead on ten minutes via a long range strike, with Katy Hosford adding a second just after the half hour. Hosford completed her double during the second half whilst Jodie Passmore hit a hat-trick as the Swans kept up their own winning start.
Cardiff City FC and Abergavenny Women stay level on points after their meeting finished in a 1-1 draw. After a goalless first half, City took the lead ten minutes after the restart through Shannon Evans and Lyndsey Davies equalised soon afterwards to give Abergavenny a share of the spoils.
Caldicot Town staged a second half fightback to win 3-2 at Cyncoed Ladies and register their first victory of the season. Ashleigh Harris gave Caldicot the lead midway through the first half, with Rosina Hill equalising two minutes later and Fern Burrage putting Cyncoed ahead for the first time. After the break, Kelly Phelps levelled matters once again and Harris netted the winner for Caldicot with fifteen minutes remaining.
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