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Cardiff Met Women have moved to within five points of retaining the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League title after beating Abergavenny Women 4-1.
Naomi Clipston put the Archers ahead with nine minutes on the clock and Madison Schupbach quickly added a second. Schupbach extended their lead early in the second half and although Laura Davies gave Abergavenny hope when she pulled a goal back after the hour, Clipston secured the points as she also completed her double with twelve minutes remaining.
Cardiff Met maintain their lead of ten points over Port Talbot Town, who stay in second place following their 6-1 victory over Cyncoed Ladies. An own goal separated the teams at the interval and Port Talbot's lead was doubled just after the second half through Laura May Walkley. Jessica Denscombe and Courtenay Thomas then scored in quick succession before Chelsea Herbert pulled one back for the Mighty Oaks. Walkley and Thomas each netted their second goals during the last six minutes to round off a fine result for their side.
Swansea City returned to action with a 4-0 win away to Llandudno Ladies. Two goals in a minute just before half time, both scored by Sophie Hancocks, put the Swans in control of the game at the break, before Kelly Adams made it three early in the second half. Jodie Passmore wrapped up the result with the final goal, four minutes from time.
Cardiff City Women also kept themselves in the running for a top two place by beating Rhyl Ladies 5-0. Lisa Bird hit a first half hat-trick to spearhead the victory, before Catherine Walsh and Lucy McDonough added further goals in the last twelve minutes.
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