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Met went into the game as Cup holders, league leaders and therefore the favourites but Cyncoed, who had beaten reigning Champions Swansea City earlier in the competition, were in determined mood and the 90 minutes could not produce a goal.
The only goal of the game came five minutes into extra time, Julia Moulton giving Cyncoed the lead when she fired home past Sara Moreira from close range and the Mighty Oaks successfully saw the game out for a stunning win.
Met remain well on course for the league title and require eight points from their final four games in order to do so, whilst Fern Burrage's side still have the opportunity to build on their League Cup success and claim a top two place.
Cyncoed Ladies: Laura O'Sullivan, Ellie Sanford, Jessica Williams, Holly Broad, Rosina Hill, Naomi Grant, Athina Varnava, Julia Moulton, Caitlin Bevan, Shaunna Jenkins, Gwen Davies. Subs: Kirstie Pervin-Davies, Lauren Harris, Alisha Northmore, Grace Horrell, Lucy Fletcher.
Cardiff Met Ladies: Sara Moreira, Sophie Scherschel, Rebecca Mathias, Tija Richardson, Stephanie Turner, Ellie Walker-Smith, Lucy Brown, Lauren Townsend, Kitty Wells, Jasmine Simpson, Erin Murray. Subs: Kennesha Nanette, Jessica Rees, Jayde Cook, Chloe Tiley.
(Photo courtesy of Will Cheshire)
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