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Cardiff Met Women stay on top of the Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League on goal difference following their 6-1 victory over Briton Ferry Llansawel.
Chloe O'Connor gave the Archers the lead with five minutes on the clock and after Amy Long netted a quickfire double, Erin Murray ensured they were four ahead at half time. Elianna Chavez extended their lead early in the second half and after Renee Day had reduced the arrears on the hour for Briton Ferry, Chavez rounded off the scoring late on with her second goal.
Swansea City continue to keep matters in their own hands in second place, still possessing a game in hand, and boosted their challenge by beating Aberystwyth Town 5-0. The Swans led by two goals at half time, courtesy of Tija Richardson and Stacey John-Davis, with Jessica Williams making it three just after the hour. Emma Beynon further increased their lead frrom the penalty spot, before Richardson completed her double with five minutes remaining.
Port Talbot Town hold on to fourth after battling out a 3-3 draw with Cyncoed Ladies. Port Talbot got off to a flying start with Jesci Hare scoring twice inside the opening eight minutes, a lead which they took into half time. After the break, the Mighty Oaks fought back strongly to level the scores with strikes from Alison Witts and Grace Morris, but Port Talbot recovered to go back in front again as Hare completed her hat-trick. However with seven minutes left to play, Witts netted her second to earn Cyncoed a share of the spoils on the day.
Abergavenny Women kept their hopes of a top four finish alive as they won 3-0 away to Cascade Youth Club. Amy Williams opened the scoring ten minutes before half time and in the second half, Abergavenny went on to seal the points thanks to further goals from Lauren Boyd and Eliza Atkins.
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