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It was a strange day in the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League in that nine goals were scored in the four matches on Sunday, but only two of the eight teams actually found the net.
Prior to last Sunday, there hadn't been any goalless draws this season in the league but two of the four games ended 0-0.
This included leaders Swansea City's short trip to Port Talbot Town, which ended with the points being shared. Port Talbot therefore become the first team to take points off Swansea so far this season, the reigning Champions having won all of their previous nine games.
Cardiff Met Women have reduced the gap on Swansea to three points after scoring seven times without reply away to Cascade Youth Club. Chloe O'Connor gave Met the lead with eight minutes on the clock and Erin Murray added a second, before Emily Richards netted a quickfire double ahead of half time. In the second half, O'Connor and Murray both scored again to complete their respective doubles, with Robyn Pinder rounding off the scoring fourteen minutes from time.
Abergavenny Women have made a swift return to the top three following a 2-0 victory over Briton Ferry Llansawel. The prolific Lyndsey Davies was once again on target for Aber, bagging a goal in each half to bring an end to a run of five matches without a win. Abergavenny therefore move back above Cardiff City Women and Port Talbot on goal difference.
The other match saw Aberystwyth Town notch up their fifth point of the season when sharing a goalless draw with Cyncoed Ladies. The Mighty Oaks remain in sixth place, one position above Aberystwyth.
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