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Cardiff City Women have got off to a great start in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League and they remain as the early leaders of the table after scoring ten times against Llandudno Ladies, who had started the day in second place.
City were two ahead at the interval, thanks to a double from Zoe Atkins, but went on the rampage in the second half with Kate Jeremiah and Alana Murphy both hitting hat-tricks. Siobhan Walsh and Lisa Owen also got on the scoresheet to round off a great day for their side.
Aberystwyth Town made their return to the top flight with a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Swansea City, who notched up their second straight win. Stacey John-Davis continued her good start to the campaign by putting the Swans in front just before half time, and they ended Aber's resistance after the break thanks to Katy Hosford and an own goal.
Port Talbot Town are the third team on maximum points after they came from behind to win 2-1 away to Briton Ferry Llansawel. Sophie Topper gave Briton Ferry the lead midway through the first half and they held on until the final eleven minutes, when Laura May Walkley netted a brace to turn the match in Port Talbot's favour.
Cardiff Met Women got off the mark by winning 2-0 in their local derby against Cyncoed Ladies. The first half was goalless but two goals in a ten minute spell just before the hour from Madison Schupbach earned the Archers the points.
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