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Swansea City made a successful trip to Briton Ferry Llansawel on Sunday where their 4-0 victory sees them further extend their lead at the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League to nine points.
The game was goalless at half time but the home side's resistance was broken eight minutes into the second half when Katy Hosford gave Swansea the lead. Stacey John-Davis made it two almost straight away and after an own goal extended the Swans' lead, Hosford rounded off the scoring with her second goal.
The two teams immediately below Swansea in the table met each other and it was Cardiff Met Women who replaced Cardiff City FC in second place after running out 3-0 winners. The Archers got off to a flying start with Erin Murray and Robyn Pinder putting them two ahead inside the opening fifteen minutes, before Murray wrapped up the win when she completed her double early in the second half.
The bottom two teams in the league also came face to face and it was Cyncoed Ladies who were narrow 3-2 victors against Aberystwyth Town after staging a late fightback. The Mighty Oaks did take an eleventh minute lead through Caitlin Williams but Aber hit back with an equaliser from Emily Thomas on the half hour and Tania Wyldwe then put them ahead for the first time, midway through the second half. Aber looked to be on their way towards their first points but their hearts were broken in the final three minutes, Grace Morris and Libby MacKenzie both scoring to turn the match around in Cyncoed's favour and notch up their own first victory.
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