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Swansea City closed the gap on Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Cardiff Met Ladies to five points after scoring seven times without reply past Caernarfon Town.
Jodie Passmore netted twice along with Katie Davies and Kelly Newcombe as the Swans raced into a four-goal lead at half time and after the break, Sophie Hancocks and Ria Hughes added further goals before Passmore completed her hat-trick late on.
Abergavenny Women ran out 5-2 winners over Port Talbot Town to lift themselves up into third place and keep their own hopes alive. Aber led at the break through a goal from Gabi Hughes and she was to extend their advantage when scoring her second, early in the second half. Laura May Walkley pulled one back for Port Talbot, who were looking to extend their three match winning run, and after Lyndsey Davies quickly replied for Aber, Walkley then netted her second. The game remained in the balance until the final five minutes, when Kate Jeremiah scored twice to finally secure three important points for Abergavenny.
Cardiff City FC follow on in fourth after they defeated Caldicot Town 6-1. Lucy McDonough and Kanisha Underdown, from the penalty spot, ensured that City led by two goals at half time and this was doubled by the midway point of the second half, thanks to Alana Murphy and Alicia Davies. Murphy went on to complete her double and Kelly Bourne also got on the scoresheet, before Ashley Harris grabbed a late consolation for Caldicot.
The two highest placed teams from North Wales met each other in the other game and it was Llandudno Ladies who triumphed 3-0 against Rhyl Ladies. Katie Bowe opened the scoring for Llandudno on the quarter hour and they sealed the victory courtesy of two further goals late on from Mari Gibbard.
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