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The chase to take the runners-up position in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League has gone to the final game of the season after Cyncoed Ladies defeated Rhyl Ladies 3-1 on Sunday.
Grace Horrell and Caitlin Bevan put the Mighty Oaks two ahead inside the opening quarter hour, before Laura Williams gave Rhyl renewed hope by pulling a goal back five minutes later. Robyn Pinder made the points safe with the third goal, early in the second half, meaning that Cyncoed lie two points behind Swansea City and the two teams are set to meet in midweek, in their final match.
Abergavenny Women still have the chance to finish in the top three after scoring seven times without reply away to Caernarfon Town. The home side were already destined to end up in the bottom two places and found themselves behind with just three minutes on the clock, when Eliza Atkins put Abergavenny ahead. Lyndsey Davies made it two just before half time and four minutes after the restart, an own goal further increased their lead. The prolific Davies went on to complete her hat-trick with two more strikes in an eight minute spell and Atkins netted her second, before Kate Jeremiah rounded off the scoring with seven minutes remaining.
Abergavenny's final match is against Cardiff City FC and they must record a victory and hope that Swansea beat Cyncoed, if they are to take third place.
Cardiff meanwhile had also been in action on Sunday and once again shared a 2-2 draw, this time with Llandudno Ladies. Jordanne Greenough gave Llandudno the lead after five minutes, Shannon Evans put City back on level terms midway through the first half. Lucy McDonough then scored with sixteen minutes remaining but Llandudno were to have the final say, Greenough grabbing and injury time equaliser to give her team a share of the spoils.
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