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It was a 'perfect dozen' for Cardiff Met Ladies on Sunday as their twelfth win in twelve games took them twelve points clear at the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League.
Erin Murray and Jasmine Simpson scored the goals as Met won 2-0 against Caldicot Town and three wins from their last six matches should now be enough to see them regain the title.
Cyncoed Ladies now head the chasing teams and their season continues to go from strength to strength. The Mighty Oaks moved up to second place - the highest position in their history - after they ran out 4-0 winners away to Llandudno Ladies. Shauna Jenkins netted twice inside the opening half hour and Robyn Pinder added a third before the break to take her tally to four in two games. Rosina Hill rounded off the scoring for Cyncoed early in the second half.
Cyncoed were further assisted by the news that the meeting between Swansea City and Abergavenny Women finished in a 1-1 draw and this leaves the teams in third and fifth respectively. Swansea took an early lead through Sophie Hancocks but the reigning Champions were unable to add a second, going closest when Jodie Passmore hit the post from the penalty spot. Abergavenny kept themselves in the game and had chances of their own before, with five minutes remaining, Lyndsey Davies scored to give her side a share of the spoils.
Cardiff City FC are up to fourth as they matched Cyncoed's achievement of a 4-0 victory, at the expense of Rhyl Ladies. Alana Murphy and Siobhan Walsh ensured that Cardiff were two ahead at the break, and they went on to crown the win with second half strikes from Shannon Evans and Lucy McDonough.
Port Talbot Town are in mid-table after winning a high scoring affair 7-3 against Caernarfon Town. Vicky Stratton led the scoring for Port Talbot with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Courtney Thomas, Chelsey Harris, Laura May Walkley and Terri Beddows. Ceri Slaney, Ffion Owen and Kim Broadbent were all on the scoresheet for Caernarfon.
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