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Phoebie at the double for Cardiff
 Women's Football Wales Premier League News - 17 Sep 2021
Cardiff City Women maintained their good start to the new season by notching up their second straight win, beating Aberystwyth Town 4-0.
Phoebie Poole gave Cardiff the lead from the penalty spot on the half hour and she added a second ahead of half time. Amy Williams made it three after the break and Danielle Broadhurst rounded off the scoring, three minutes from time.
Swansea City are the other team in the Premier Division on maximum points after they won 2-0 away to Pontypridd Town. The first half was goalless but just after the hour mark, the Swans took the lead through Katy Hosford and with sixteen minutes remaining, Chloe Chivers wrapped up the win with the second goal.
Cardiff Met Women bounced back from their opening day defeat and it was Port Talbot Town who caught the backlash as they were beaten 6-0. Erin Murray gave Met a two-goal lead at half time by scoring twice and seven minutes after the restart, Emily Allen added a third. Allen then completed her own double and Met went on to round off the scoring in the later stages with further strikes from Elianna Chavez and Amy Long.
Barry Town Utd's first home match ended in a convincing 7-2 victory against The New Saints. In a high scoring affair, Barry raced into a two-goal lead inside the opening twenty minutes thanks to Megan Bowen and Lauren Harris, with Georgia Griffiths pulling a goal back for TNS ahead of half time. Chelsea Cochrane restored the two-goal advantage, five minutes after the break and after Mackenzie Olden made it four, Faye Marshall gave TNS renewed hope as she reduced the arrears once again. Three goals in the last five minutes and injury time crowned the result for Barry, Manor Pearce adding the fifth before Olden completed her hat-trick with two further strikes.
The North Division and South Division teams were involved in the group stages of the Genero Adran Trophy. The clubs were drawn into four groups with the top two in each group going through to join the Premier Division clubs in the knockout stages.
Connah's Quay Nomads built on their powerful start in the league seven days earlier by winning 6-0 against Denbigh Town. Shannon Hobbs netted an early double for the Nomads and she was joined on the scoresheet by Niamh Grimshaw, Kylie Jones, Tamara Hamer and Noelani Bouckey. CPDG Pwllheli meanwhile gained revenge for their league defeat to Wrexham seven days earlier by winning their cup meeting 3-1.
Abergavenny Women were another team to take their early league form into the cup, beating Swansea University 6-1 with goals from Maxine Mudge (2), Lyndsey Davies, Kate Jeremiah, Ceri Hudson and Lauren Boyd. Anna Doble was on target four times as Briton Ferry Llansawel won 7-1 against Caldicot Town, Lucy Powell weighed in with a double and Chelsea Deacon added the other.

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