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After a break for the FA Women's Cup the previous week, the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League returned to action and Swansea City have doubled their lead at the top with a 2-0 victory away to Port Talbot Town.
Sarah Adams put the Swans in front with just two minutes on the clock and Katy Hosford added the second, early in the second half, to hand Swansea a sixth successive win and go six points clear.
Cardiff Met Women are in second place following their 4-0 success at Aberystwyth Town. The Archers were two ahead inside the opening ten minutes, courtesy of a brace from Erin Murray, before Jodie Passmore made it three ahead of the interval and Alexis Rienks rounded off the scoring during the second half.
Cyncoed Ladies recorded their first victory of the season in style, running out 8-1 winners over Llandudno Ladies. The Mighty Oaks led by three goals at half time, thanks to Athina Varnava, Alison Witts and Lauryn Lyons, with Varnava netting a second after the break whilst Witts and Lyons both completed hat-tricks. The win takes Cyncoed up above Llandudno, whose consolation came from Stacey Tradewell.
In the Welsh Women's League, Cascade Youth Club now have a lead of seven points after winning their top of the table clash 3-0 against Cardiff Bluebelles with a goal apiece from Anny Lewis, Abbie Davies and Jasmin Harris. Barry Town Utd are now in second following their 5-2 victory away to Coed Duon Dragons. Shannon Evans was on target four times, with Sian Rees adding the other. Stacey Webber led the scoring with a hat-trick as Dafen Welfare defeated Llangyfelach 8-3. Emma Harding and Katie Mainwaring each netted twice and Danni Franklin was also on the scoresheet to complete a result which lifts Dafen into the top three.
The final two matches in the FAW Women's Cup Second Round were played, therefore completing the quarter final line up.
Bethel Ladies, of the North Wales League, are in the last eight for only the second time in their history following a thrilling 4-3 extra time victory over Rhyl Ladies. Ffion Williams hit a hat-trick and Erin Maloney added the other goal for the Caernarfon-based side who will have a daunting task in their quarter final, as they must travel to play Swansea City.
There were plenty of goals at Denbigh Town, where visitors Connah's Quay Nomads went home with an 8-3 victory under their belts. Kate Horne and Noelani Bouckley each hit hat-tricks, with Shannon Hobbs and Candice Nellist also on target for the Nomads who now have a plum home tie against Port Talbot Town.
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