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Cardiff Met Women ran out 5-2 winners away to Llandudno Ladies on Sunday, a result which means they have gone the whole of the domestic season unbeaten.
Madison Schupbach gave the treble winners a sixth minute lead, with Chloe Tilley adding a goal either side of half time. Robyn Pinder made it four and after Mari Gibbard had pulled one back for the home side, Schupbach completed her double with nine minutes remaining. Kelsey Davies scored a late consolation for Llandudno but it was yet another victory for the Archers to cap a wonderful season for the club.
With Cardiff City Women not having a game, Swansea City took the opportunity to replace them in second place by scoring six times without reply past Cyncoed Ladies. Kelly Adams and Emma Beynon put the Swans two up inside the opening ten minutes, with Shaunna Jenkins and Lauren Smith adding further goals before the break. Adams netted her second midway through the second half, with Lani Hogben completing the scoring late on.
Port Talbot Town have had a very good season, which will end with a top four finish after they defeated Abergavenny Women 3-1. Lyndsey Davies did give Abergavenny a fifteenth minute lead but Port Talbot were back on level terms three minutes later through Courtney Thomas who went on to add further goals at the end of each half to seal a hat-trick and fourth place.
Briton Ferry Llansawel meanwhile won 4-2 away to Rhyl Ladies to complete a double over their rivals and guarantee themselves top flight football next season. Mollie Jones and Renee Day gave Briton Ferry a two-goal lead at the interval, with Jones netting twice more to seal a hat-trick within ten minutes of the restart. Caroline Gardner and Rachael Nattrass did pull goals back for Rhyl but Briton Ferry's fine end of season form has taken them to safety.
Aberystwyth Town will play in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League next season after they clinched the Welsh Women's League title with a 4-1 victory over Cascade Youth Club. Naomi Evans, Tania Wylde, Cat Davies and Caroline Cooper scored the goals which mean that Aber have regained their top flight status at the first attempt.
Barry Town Utd require two points from two games to make sure of finishing in second place following their 4-0 win against Dafen Welfare, whilst Caldicot Town continue to follow on after returning from Merthyr Town with a 4-2 victory under their belts. Penybont meanwhile inched closer to safety as they shared a 2-2 draw with Rhos, who look destined to end up in the bottom two.
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