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Aberystwyth take top half place

The last full weekend of fixtures in the top division of the Genero Adran League before the mid-season split saw Swansea City maintain their four point lead with a 3-1 victory over The New Saints.

The Swans took the lead in the opening minute through Stacey John-Davis, with Lucie Platt responding for TNS on the quarter hour. Katy Hosford and Laura Davies both scored to give Swansea a two-goal lead at half time, which they preserved through the second half.

Cardiff Met Women are on their own in second place after beating Cardiff City Women 4-1. Laura May Walkley netted a brace to put the Archers two ahead at half time, and after Phoebie Poole reduced the arrears from the penalty spot early in the second half, Sophie Hancocks and Stephanie Turner made the points safe for Met.

Aberystwyth Town claimed the final top half place, thanks to a 2-1 victory away to Port Talbot Town. Freya Davies did give Port Talbot an early lead but Aber hit back to level the scores through Rebecca Mathias before the break, and Flavia Jenkins netted the winner from the penalty spot with seventeen minutes remaining.

Barry Town Utd lifted themselves off the bottom of the table by beating  Pontypridd Town 3-0. Taite Trivett gave Barry a 20th minute lead and they went on to seal their third league win of the season with second half strikes from Caitlin Marron and Grace O’Reilly.

Comeback of the day took place in the North Division, where Wrexham recovered from a 3-1 deficit to beat Llandudno 5-3 and go level on points with leaders Connah’s Quay Nomads. Llandudno looked to be heading for top spot with goals Sioned Phillips, India Hassall and Maddie Williams, but a Rosie Hughes double, Tonicha Dickens, Rebecca Pritchard and Libby MacKenzie saw Wrexham take the points. Tegan Hewitt hit a hat-trick as Airbus UK Broughton defeated Denbigh Town 3-1 and Llanfair Utd won 3-0 against CPDG Pwllheli thanks to Mary Bailey, Tonicha Lloyd and Dorothy Evans.

In the South Division, leaders Abergavenny Women stormed to an 8-0 victory over Caldicot Town, Mali Summers hitting a hat-trick and Lyndsey Davies a brace, along with Maxine Mudge and Kate Jeremiah. Second placed Cascade Youth Club won 5-3 against Talycopa,  thanks to an Annaliese Lewis hat-trick and double from Abbie Davies. Mollie Jones (2), Chelsea Deacon, Lowri Ridings, Georgia Howells and Manon Thomas accounted for the goals as Briton Ferry Llansawel defeated Merthyr Town 6-0 and Cardiff Bluebelles were 1-0 winners over Swansea University, Hannah Moger scoring the only goal of the game in the opening minute of the second half.