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The Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League returned to action this week, and leaders Cardiff Met Women further strengthened their position at the top of the table with a 2-1 win away to local rivals Cardiff City Women.
Steph Turner put the Archers ahead with only four minutes on the clock, with City hitting back to level the scores just before the half hour through Zoe Atkins. Robyn Pinder scored the winning goal, sixteen minutes from time, to take Met ten points clear at the top and they require a further eight points from their final five matches in order to retain the title.
Port Talbot Town continue to have an excellent season and are back up into second place following their 7-0 victory over Rhyl Ladies. Laura May Walkley and Jessica Denscombe ensured that Port Talbot led by two goals at the interval and they doubled this advantage within four minutes of the restart, Walkley netting twice in quick succession to complete her hat-trick. Courtney Thomas put them further ahead and Jessica Curran scored the sixth from the penalty spot, before Denscombe rounded off the scoring late on with her second goal.
Abergavenny Women also had their sights on second but were left frustrated after a second half fightback from Llandudno Ladies pegged them back to a 2-2 draw. Kate Jeremiah and a Catherine Jones own goal gave Aber a two-goal half time lead but Ceri Hudson's early second half goal brought Llandudno back into the game and Anna Jones completed the comeback when she equalised on the hour mark.
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