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Met catch up more ground
 Women's Football Wales Premier League News - 31 Jan 2020
No game again this week for Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Swansea City and their advantage has been cut to three points by Cardiff Met Women after they defeated Briton Ferry Llansawel 2-0.
Maddie Schupbach gave Met the lead after eighteen minutes and Grace Corne wrapped up the win for the Archers when she scored the second goal, early in the second half.
One other game took place in the league over the weekend, Cyncoed Ladies and Abergavenny Women meeting for the second successive week and this time the teams shared the points, finishing level at 1-1. Laura Davies put Abergavenny in front midway through the first half, with Lauren Harris hitting back to equalise for the Mighty Oaks with eighteen minutes remaining, extending her side's unbeaten run to three matches.

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