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Port Talbot rise to top
 Women's Football Wales Premier League News - 5 Oct 2018
Port Talbot Town are the leaders of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League for the first time after winning 2-0 away to Cyncoed Ladies.
Laura May Walkley scored a goal in each half to hand Port Talbot their third win in fourth games and take them top of the table on goal difference.
Abergavenny Women had started the day as league leaders but went down to their first defeat of the season, beaten 4-0 by Cardiff Met Women who move above them and into second place. Rebecca Mathias and Maddy Schupbach both scored in a three minute spell during the first half and after the break, Naomi Clipston increased the Archers' lead and Alice Griffiths rounded off the scoring from the penalty spot, with eight minutes remaining.
Swansea City continue to power their way up the table and are in third place after scoring six times without reply past Llandudno Ladies. Katy Hosford and Stacey John-Davis put the Swans two ahead inside the opening six minutes, Jodie Passmore added a third from the penalty spot and Emma Beynon also got on the scoresheet ahead of half time. Passmore further increased Swansea's lead after the break and Beynon completed the scoring with her second goal.
Cardiff City Women got back to winning ways with a 4-0 success away to Rhyl Ladies. Alana Murphy gave City a sixth minute lead and Kelly Bourne added a second, before Murphy netted her second just after the half hour. Catherine Walsh rounded off the scoring for her side with the final goal during first half injury time.
The two teams at the foot of the table at the start of the day came face to face and it was visitors Briton Ferry Llansawel who were 4-2 winners over Caernarfon Town. Alesha Donohue and Ffion Owen got the Cofis off to a great start, putting them two ahead inside the opening seventeen minutes, but the turning point came when Ella Roberts pulled one back on the stroke of half time. Megan Kearne and Lucy Powell then scored in a four-minute spell to put Briton Ferry in front for the first time and Roberts netted her second six minute from time, to put the seal on a victory which takes her team out of the bottom two places.

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