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Cardiff Met Ladies picked up their eight win in eight games and extended their lead at the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League to five points with a 6-0 victory over Rhyl Ladies.
Lauren Townsend fired Met into an early lead from a free kick, which turned out to be the only goal of the first half. However a minute after the restart, Steph Turner doubled their advantage before Katy Wells and Jasmine Simpson each contributed doubles to round off the scoring for their side.
Swansea City meanwhile were left frustrated as a second half fightback from Port Talbot Town saw them hold the reigning Champions to a 2-2 draw. The Swans looked to be on their way towards another victory when Kelly Newcombe and Jodie Passmore put them two goals ahead at the break but Port Talbot had other ideas, Vicky Stratton pulling one back just after the hour and Jesci Hare ensured they picked up a share of the spoils with five minutes remaining.
Abergavenny Women netted five times without reply past Caernarfon Town and this result has taken them back into the top three. Aber led at half time through a sixth minute goal from Maxine Mudge but a double after the break from Lyndsey Davies, either side of an Eliza Atkins goal, and a further strike from Megan Jones completed the victory.
Cyncoed Ladies' good run of form continues and they made it five wins in a row in all competitions with a 3-0 triumph away to Cardiff City FC. Julia Moulton was the heroine for Cyncoed as she gave them the lead just before the half hour and she added a second half brace to seal her hat-trick and a double over their opponents.
Llandudno Ladies avenged their defeat to Caldicot Town just before Christmas by winning their return meeting 3-0. Stacey Tradewell gave Llandudno the lead midway through the first half and Sofie Owen added a second early after half time, before Tradewell completed her double and made it three, seven minutes from time.
Since the weekend, the WPWL has announced that it has deducted nine points from Caldicot Town for fielding an ineligible player. Town were found to have fielded the player three times earlier in the season, and in accordance with league rules have been deducted three points for each game.
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