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After a number of weeks when matches were severely affected because of the weather, Sunday saw a full programme of games played in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League.
It also saw the winning run of league leaders Swansea City brought to an end as Cardiff City Women became the first team to take points off them, holding them to a goalless draw.
This means that Cardiff Met Women have narrowed the gap on Swansea to a single point, having played a game more. Met were made to work hard for their victory over Aberystwyth Town though, Erin Murray scoring the only goal ten minutes into the second half to give them a 1-0 victory.
Port Talbot Town got back to winning ways as they defeated Abergavenny Women 4-0, to consolidate themselves in fourth place. Courteney Thomas gave Port Talbot a seventeenth minute lead, with Jessie Taylor adding a second just before half time. Beth McGowen increased their advantage early in the second half, before Laura May Walkley rounded off the scoring.
Cyncoed Ladies staged a late comeback to win 2-1 against Briton Ferry Llansawel and keep themselves entrenched in mid-table. After a goalless first half, Renee Day put Briton Ferry in front just after the hour mark but two goals in a five minute spell from Athina Varnava turned matters around in the Mighty Oaks' favour.
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