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Four second half goals saw Swansea City to a 4-0 victory away to Port Talbot Town which narrowed the gap on Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Cardiff Met Ladies to three points.
In one of three games in the league to beat the weather over the weekend, Katy Hosford gave Swansea the lead eight minutes into the second half with Emma Beynon adding the second. Jodie Passmore made it three with nine minutes remaining and Hosford rounded off a successful short trip for the Swans by completing her double in injury time.
Cyncoed Ladies maintained their excellent recent form with a 1-0 win against Cardiff City FC to boost their challenge for a top three place. An early goal from Jess Williams proved to be the difference between the sides and although Cyncoed remain fifth in the table, they now trail the two teams above them by a single point.
Fast improving Caldicot Town made the long trip north to take on Llandudno Ladies and claimed their second successive league victory, running out 6-2 winners. Sofia Owen and Louise Doran twice gave Llandudno a first half lead, with an own goal equalising inbetween, before Ashleigh Harris levelled matters once again on the stroke of half time. Harris then put Caldicot ahead for the first time and she went on complete her hat-trick, after Carys Waters had netted her side's fourth, Naomi Cook rounding off the scoring with five minutes remaining.
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