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Swansea City produced a strong second half performance to win 5-1 away to Aberystwyth Town and maintain their three point lead at the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier League.
Aberystwyth threatened to cause a surprise when Libby Isaac gave them a first half lead and the scores were level at the break after Stacey John-Davis had equalised. The Swans led for the first time, eleven minutes into the second half, when Katy Hosford scored and two goals in a three minute spell by Lauren Smith and Nieve Jenkins put the game beyond the home side before Kelly Adams rounded off the scoring in injury time.
Cardiff Met Women are keeping up the chase in second place, thanks to a 4-1 win over Cyncoed Ladies in their derby match. Maddie Schupbach marked her last appearance for the club before returning to America by netting a first half double, either side of a reply from Kirstie Pervin-Davies. Robyn Pinder scored a third for the Archers on the half hour and Aimee Dagnall sealed the points with the final goal, midway through the second half.
Port Talbot Town returned to winning ways with a 5-2 success against Briton Ferry Llansawel. Jessica Denscombe's early strike for Port Talbot was cancelled out by Sophie Topper, but Jessica Hammet and Laura May Walkley ensured that Town were two ahead at half time. Lauren Amor made it four after the break and although Topper renewed hope for Briton Ferry when she pulled a goal back, Walkley completed her double late on to round off the victory.
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