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Abergavenny Women are the new leaders of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League after running out 5-0 winners over Llandudno Ladies on Sunday.
Aber got off to a flying start with Laura Davies giving them the lead in the opening minute and she added a second shortly before half time, with Gabi Hughes also getting on the scoresheet ahead of the break. Laura Davies went on to complete her hat-trick during the second half and Lyndsey Davies finished off the scoring with five minutes remaining.
Port Talbot Town also travelled north to register a 5-0 victory, at the expense of Rhyl Ladies, and this has taken them up into second place. After Terri Beddows had opened the scoring in the eighth minute, Laura May Walkley hit a first half hat-trick to put Port Talbot well in command at the interval and they rounded off the win seventeen minutes from time, when Jessie Hare also got on the scoresheet.
Cardiff Met Women are in third following their 1-0 win against Cardiff City Women, who had started the day on top of the table. The only goal of the game came as early as the eleventh minute, when Robyn Pinder scored to put a halt to City's winning start.
Swansea City have responded well to their opening day defeat and a second straight win, 6-1 away to Briton Ferry Llansawel, has taken them into the top half of the table. Stacey John-Davis gave the Swans - who now have an identical record to that of Cardiff City's - a sixth minute lead which was doubled shortly afterwards by an own goal. After the interval, Jodie Passmore, Emma Beynon and Sarah Adams all got themselves on the scoresheet and after Lucy Powell had grabbed a consolation for the home side, John-Davis wrapped up the scoring for Swansea with her second goal.
Cyncoed Ladies picked up their first win of the season in some style, a 10-1 success against Caernarfon Town. Kirstie Pervin-Davies, Lucy Attwood and Lauren Harris all scored twice for the Mighty Oaks along with Clare Daley, Rosina Hill, Caitlin Bevan and an own goal. Ffion Owen netted the Cofis' reply, their first league goal of the season.
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