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Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Swansea City made it eight wins out of eight on Sunday with a 2-0 success away to Abergavenny Women.
Chloe Chivers gave Swansea the lead midway through the first half from the penalty spot and she completed her double, ten minutes into the second half, for a result which keeps the Swans two points clear at the top.
Cardiff Met Women ensured they stayed hard on Swansea's heels, thanks to a 3-0 victory over Aberystwyth Town. Met went in front after seven minutes through Elianna Chavez and Steph Turner added a second at the midpoint of the first half. Erin Murray wrapped up the win with the third goal, three minutes from time.
Cardiff City Women now complete the top three after they defeated Cyncoed Ladies 3-0. Zoe Atkins and Catherine Walsh gave City a two-goal lead during the first half, before Atkins rounded things off with her second goal.
Port Talbot Town maintained their recent good form and their 2-1 win against Briton Ferry Llansawel has taken them into the top half of the table. After a goalless first half, Rachael Ball put Port Talbot in front within three minutes of the restart and although Lowri Baker brought Briton Ferry level with seven minutes remaining, Lauren Amor netted an injury time goal to hand Port Talbot their fifth win of the season.
On Wednesday night, Abergavenny and Cardiff City battled out a 2-2 draw which means that they remain in fifth and third places respectively. Abergavenny twice took the lead during the course of the match through Lyndsey Davies and Amy Thrupp, with City hitting back on each occasion with equalisers from Phoebie Poole and Jasmine Simpson.
Swansea City meanwhile extended their lead at the top to five points, thanks to a 2-0 victory away to Briton Ferry Llansawel in their derby match. After a goalless first half, Chloe Chivers maintained her recent good form by giving Swansea the lead and Ellie Lake wrapped up the points with the second goal.
The league has announced that the forthcoming top of the table clash between Cardiff Met Women and Swansea City will be broadcast live online. The match, on Wednesday 21st April, can be seen across Sgorio's channels including YouTube, Facebook and S4C Clic, as well as on the WPWL Facebook page. Information and links to watch the coverage will be shared in due course.
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