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Swansea City secured the runners-up spot for themselves on the final day of the season in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League.
The Swans travelled to Port Talbot Town in the knowledge that a victory would mean they would finish in second place again, and they produced one of their best results of the season in running out 5-0 winners. Lauren Smith and Katy Hosford put them two ahead inside the opening seventeen minutes, with Kelly Adams adding the third just before the hour. Emma Beynon and Sarah Adams then netted late goals to round off a fine result for Swansea. It was not the best way for the season to end for Port Talbot but should not distract that they have had a really good campaign, achieving their highest ever finish in the WPWL.
The win for Swansea had ended any remaining chances of Cardiff City Women finishing second but they also crashed to a 6-2 defeat at home to Abergavenny Women. City did get off to a good start when Alana Murphy gave them a third minute lead, before Lyndsey Davies and Kate Jeremiah replied to put Aber in front by the quarter hour. Both players each scored their second after the break and although Danielle Green did reduce the arrears for the home side, Jeremiah replied instantly with her hat-trick goal and Laura Davies netted the sixth in injury time.
Briton Ferry Llansawel continued their fine end of season form with a 2-0 victory away to Cyncoed Ladies. Renee Day opened the scoring after five minutes and she wrapped up the win by completing her double, midway through the second half.
After having secured the Welsh Women's League title seven days earlier, Aberystwyth Town celebrated in style by beating Rhos 9-0. Tania Wylde had a great day as she bagged herself a six-goal haul, Kelly Thomas weighed in with a brace and Grace Morris was also on the scoresheet.
Willows Ladies and Cascade Youth Club still occupy fifth and fourth place respectively after their metting ended in a 2-2 draw. Merthyr Town leapt back into a mid-table position as they ended their campaign with a 2-1 victory against Penybont, who are one of the teams they climb above. Llangyfelach meanwhile picked up an important 2-0 win over Dafen Welfare.
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