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The Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League Cup got underway on Sunday with the first round of group matches taking place.
In Group One, Cardiff Met Women got off to a good start when they won 5-0 away to Cascade Youth Club, who were making their debut in the competition. The Cup holders scored twice in the opening five minutes through Nealy Martin and Chloe O'Connor, a lead which they took into the interval. Erin Murray made it three midway through the second half before Jodie Passmore put them further ahead from the penalty spot and Shannon Evans netted the final goal in injury time.
Abergavenny Women also took their good league form into the League Cup as they defeated Briton Ferry Llansawel 2-0. Lyndsey Davies gave Abergavenny the lead shortly before half time and Eliza Atkins sealed the result with the second goal on the hour.
One of the two matches was played in Group Two, with the game between Port Talbot Town and Swansea City being postponed for Covid reasons.
Cardiff City Women made the short trip to Cyncoed Ladies where they recorded a 7-2 victory. The Bluebirds went ahead in the opening minute through Phoebe Poole, who went on to add a second eleven minutes later. Sophie Norman put City further in front and after Millie Jones had pulled one back for the Mighty Oaks, Kate Jeremiah and Keisha Underdown
also got on the scoresheet for the visitors ahead of half time. Poole completed her hat-trick for City during the second half and although Alison Witts reduced the arrears for Cyncoed, Norman netted her second to round off the scoring.
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