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Swansea City stepped up their title challenge and returned to the top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League by running out 5-0 winners over Cascade Youth Club.
The Swans led at the break through an early goal from Stacey John-Davis and Kelly Adams made it two just ahead of the hour mark. Katy Hosford made it three before John-Davis rounded off the scoring with two late strikes, to complete her hat-trick and take her side three points ahead of Cardiff Met Women, who did not have a game.
Cardiff City Women are in the driving seat to take a top three place following their 3-0 victory against Port Talbot Town. All of the Bluebirds' goals came in the first half, Phoebie Poole continuing her recent good form by scoring in the opening minute and then adding a second, before Danielle Green added the other goal two minutes before half time.
Abergavenny Women returned to winning ways with a 2-0 success away to Aberystwyth Town. Ffion David gave Abergavenny the lead after 25 minutes and Caitlin Davies wrapped up the win with the second goal after the break.
Briton Ferry Llansawel made it two wins and two clean sheets on the trot when they won 1-0 against Cyncoed Ladies. The only goal of the game came with seven minutes on the clock, Lucy Powell scoring to move Briton Ferry to within one point of the sixth placed Mighty Oaks.
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