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The Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League title race will go down to the last day of the season after the two contenders both recorded convincing victories on Sunday.
Cardiff Met Women still sit on top of the table, by virtue of goals scored, but they can do no more as they completed their fixtures with a 4-0 win away to Aberystwyth Town.
Chloe O'Connor put the Archers two ahead by scoring twice inside the opening 25 minutes and striker went on to complete a great personal day as she added two more after the break, to complete a four-goal haul in total.
Swansea City meanwhile took on third placed Cardiff City Women in a dress rehearsal for the League Cup Final and produced one of their best results of the season, running out 6-0 winners. Laura Davies gave the Swans an eighth minute lead and Tija Richardson quickly added a second, before Katy Hosford made it three ahead of half time. Hosford netted her second, early in the second half, and after Stacey John-Davis increased their lead on the hour mark, Hosford completed her hat-trick with the final goal, four minutes from the end.
Swansea therefore need to avoid defeat in their final league match of the season this Sunday against Abergavenny Women in order to retain the title.
Fourth place was on offer as Abergavenny played host to Port Talbot Town and it's as you were after their meeting finished in a 2-2 draw. Lyndsey Davies gave Abergavenny a first half lead which was cancelled out by Lauren Armor on the stroke of half time. Aber went back in front through Amy Thrupp just after the hour but once again Port Talbot battled back to earn themselves a share of the spoils, courtesy of a late equaliser from Jodie Passmore.
Port Talbot therefore hold on to fourth place but Abergavenny would finish above them if they pick up a point when they play Swansea City this coming Sunday in the final match of the season.
Cyncoed Ladies made sure of ending their campaign on a winning note as they triumphed 3-0 away to Cascade Youth Club. All of the goals came in the last twenty minutes of the game, the Mighty Oaks taking the lead through Millie Jones, who went on to add a second before Kerry Moore rounded off the scoring in injury time.
Photo - Lyndsey Davies gives Abergavenny Women the lead against Port Talbot Town (Will Cheshire).
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