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Cardiff Met Ladies have been crowned as Champions of the Welsh Premier Women's League for the fourth time in five years following their 1-0 victory away to Llandudno Ladies on Sunday.
Met went into the game requiring a win in order to put themselves beyond the reach of their rivals and got off to the perfect start, Naomi Clipston giving them the lead with four minutes on the clock. Llandudno did not make it easy for them though and, in fact, had two goals disallowed but Met held on for the result which confirms them as title winners once again.
Swansea City were powerless to stop Met from becoming Champions once again but did all they could, winning 5-1 at Rhyl Ladies. Jodie Passmore and Katy Hosford put them two ahead inside the opening ten minutes and Emma Beynon added a third, before Tonicha Duckens pulled a goal back on the stroke of half time. Ellie Lake restored the three-goal advantage early in the second half, with Beynon going on to complete her double for Swansea who stay in the driving seat for second place.
Cyncoed Ladies are looking on course for at least a top three place after they beat Abergavenny Women 2-1 for the second time in four days. A Holly Broad own goal did give Abergavenny the lead early on but two minutes into the second half, Robyn Pinder levelled the scores for the Mighty Oaks who went on to score a winner through Grace Horrell.
Port Talbot Town finished off their season with a fine 2-1 success away to Cardiff City FC, bringing themselves level on points with the home side. Shannon Evans opened the scoring for City shortly before half time but two second half goals from Laura May Walkley, including an injury time winner, gave Port Talbot their eighth win of the season.
Caernarfon Town have kept their survival hopes alive with a 1-0 victory over Caldicot Town. Catrin Thomas scored the only goal of the game to hand Caernarfon their first win of the season but the Canaries need to repeat the feat in their final three matches if they are to stand any chance of catching Rhyl.
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