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On the first full weekend back in action in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League, leaders Cardiff Met Women returned with a 4-0 victory away to Briton Ferry Llansawel.
Robyn Pinder gave Met a first half lead which was doubled on the half hour by Erin Murray, before Ellie Preece sealed the points with two late goals.
Met hold on to top spot on goal difference from Swansea City, who edged a little closeras they defeated Aberystwyth Town 5-0. The Swans led at half time through a fourteenth minute goal from Chloe Chivers, but from then on it was the Stacey John-Davis show, the striker scoring four times after the break to give her side a fifth straight win.
Abergavenny Women had won all of their opening three league matches of the season and resumed with another victory, an impressive 4-0 success at Cardiff City Women. Amy Thrupp opened the scoring midway through the first half and Mali Summers made it two on the stroke of half time via the penalty spot. Summers then scored a second penalty after the break, with Lyndsey Davies adding the fourth ten minutes from time.
Port Talbot Town lifted themselves up to fourth place on the back of a 3-1 win away to Cascade YC. Laura May Walkley gave Port Talbot the lead after nine minutes, before an own goal from the unfortunate Hollie Williams made it two just before the interval. Chrystalla Moreton gave Cascade hope when she pulled a goal back on the hour but Courtenay Thomas made points safe for Port Talbot late on.
Photo - Lyndsey Davies scores Abergavenny's fourth goal at Cardiff City (Will Cheshire).
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