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Cardiff Met Women have edged further clear at the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League, doubling their advantage to six points by winning 5-0 against Llandudno Ladies.
Naomi Clipston put them in front with three minutes on the clock, and the lead became three by half time after Robyn Pinder and Clipston netted within a minute of each other. After the break, Pinder and Clipston repeated their feat of scoring in quick succession to round off the scoring.
Swansea City stay in second place but lost a little ground on leaders Met after being held to a 2-2 draw by Cyncoed Ladies. Things were looking good for the Swans when Stacey John-Davis and Emma Beynon put them two ahead during the first half but after Caitlin Bevan had pulled one back just before half time, Sophie Norman completed the fightback for the Mighty Oaks when she equalised midway through the second half.
Port Talbot Town's unbeaten start to the season was brought to an end as they were beaten 4-0 by Abergavenny Women, who replace them in third place. Lyndsey Davies scored twice for Aber inside the opening twenty minutes and after Laura Davies had made it three after half time, Lyndsey Davies completed her hat-trick to crown a fine result for her side.
Rhyl Ladies are out of the bottom three following their 2-1 success away to Briton Ferry Llansawel. The first half ended goalless but two goals in a three minute spell after the break, from Laura Williams and Ashleigh Mills, put the Lilywhites in control of the game. Lucy Powell did pull one back for the home side in injury time but Rhyl closed the game out for their second win of the season.
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