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Cardiff Met Women hold on to the early leadership of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League after they defeated newly promoted Cascade Youth Club 5-0.
Chloe O'Connor hit a hat-trick inside the opening half hour to put Met four ahead, with Emily Richards also on target, before Jodie Passmore rounded off the scoring in the second half.
Abergavenny Women also made it two wins out of two with a 6-1 success away to Briton Ferry Llansawel. Mali Summers, Lyndsey Davies and Sian Bull put Aber three goals ahead at half time, before Davies and Summers both completed their doubles after the break. Eliza Atkins rounded off the scoring for her side late on, before Rebecca Rees netted a consolation for the home side.
Champions Swansea City are the third team on six points, they won 4-0 against Port Talbot Town. Stacey John-Davis opened the scoring just after the half hour and Chloe Chivers doubled the Swans' lead before the break. Kelly Adams made it three, ten minutes after the restart, and Chivers netted her second to wrap up the win.
Cyncoed Ladies got off the mark when they beat Aberystwyth Town 2-0. Seren Watkins broke the deadlock in favour of the Mighty Oaks with seventeen minutes remaining and Alion Witts secured the points with the second goal late on.
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