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Cardiff Met Women regained the leadership of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League on goal difference last Thursday night with a 4-0 victory over Port Talbot Town and remain on top after Swansea City's scheduled match against Abergavenny Women on Sunday was postponed.
Shannon Evans get Met the lead midway through the first half and the Archers went on to seal the points after the break, Chloe O'Connor netting a second half brace either side of a goal from Ellie Preece.
The other match on the same night saw Cardiff City Women strengthen themselves in third place by winning 3-1 away to Cyncoed Ladies. Catherine Walsh and Ffion Price put City two goals ahead at the break and although Megan Saunders reduced the arrears for the Mighty Oaks on the hour, Zoe Atkins wrapped up the win for City with their third goal.
On Sunday, City hosted Briton Ferry Llansawel at the Cardiff City Stadium and marked the occasion by running out 6-0 winners. The visitors had gone into the game looking for a third straight league win but a powerful first half display from City put them five goals ahead at the break. Zoe Atkins netted twice insdie the opening twenty minutes but in-form striker Phoebie Poole went one better as she hit a first half hat-trick, before Catherine Walsh rounded off the scoring after the break, to complete a scoreline which means that City are guaranteed a top three finish.
Cascade Youth Club are off the bottom of the table following their 2-1 victory against Aberystwyth Town. Daisy Evan-Watkins gave Cascade the lead from the penalty spot, midway through the first half, and Mia Kemp added their second with sixteen minutes remaining. Flavia Jenkins pulled one back for Aberystwyth but Cascade held on for their second league win of the season, moving them above their opponents in the table.
The result capped a good few days for Cascade after they had put themselves in with a chance of qualifying for the semi finals of the League Cup, thanks to a 2-0 success away to Briton Ferry Llansawel. Frankie Gilpin put Cascade in front after nine minutes and Katie Davies netted the second during the second half.
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