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The sudden withdrawal of Caernarfon Town during the past week from the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League has led to a re-calculation of the table as their playing record was expunged.
Of the leading sides, only Swansea City were affected by losing a victory and three points. The bottom four teams all had a win deducted from their records, meaning that Briton Ferry Llansawel lose their only points picked up so far.
As a result of the loss of Caernarfon, the fixture schedule was reduced to just a single match on Sunday and it saw Abergavenny Women consolidate themselves in second place, and narrow the gap on leaders Cardiff Met Women to four points, thanks to an impressive 4-0 victory over Cyncoed Ladies.
Kate Jeremiah opened the scoring on the half hour and Aber took their one-goal lead into the break. Laura Davies doubled their advantage eight minutes after the restart and a quickfire brace from in-form striker Lyndsey Davies sealed a fine result for her side.
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