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Genero Adran Leagues

Genero Adran Premier

The New Saints moved up into fourth place in the table after winning their game in hand on Sunday, 3-1 against Pontypridd Utd. Efa Preece-Jones did get Pontypridd off to a good start by giving them a sixteenth minute lead but TNS hit back with a quickfire equaliser from Caitlin Chapman and Isobel Redding then put them in front ahead of half time. TNS sewed up the result which took them back above Aberystwyth Town and into the top half when Emily Ridge scored the third goal, ten minutes into the second half.

Genero Adran North

Connah’s Quay Nomads stay three points clear at the top following their 4-0 victory away to CPDM Y Felinheli. Polly Wild-McGregor gave them an early lead but Phoebe Ellis took over from that point, scoring a hat-trick to put the seal on a sixth straight win for her side. Llandudno stay three points behind in second place, Ella Jones netting twice along with Stacey Tradewell, Maddie Williams and Kelsey Davies as they defeated CPD Y Rhyl 1879 5-2, Laura Williams and Sade Benjamin replying. Jessica Mills and Amy Webster each scored twice as NFA FC Women notched up their first victory of the season, 4-2 against Llanfair Utd whose replies came from Hannah Lloyd and Mary Bailey, whilst CPDM Bangor Women also got off the mark when Mia Roberts grabbed the only goal of the game against Airbus UK Broughton.

Genero Adran South

It turned out to be a good day for Briton Ferry Llansawel as they returned to league action with a 1-0 victory away to Caldicot Town, courtesy of a goal from Alison Witts. This result took them back to the top of the table on goal difference as previous leaders Cascade Youth Club went down to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Swansea University. Hannah Pinney and Katie Horsburgh scored the goals which take the students up into third place, whilst Cascade’s consolation came from a Rebecca Basten own goal.