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No surprises in Adran Trophy

All of the Premier Division teams playing lower league opposition in the Genero Adran Trophy made it safely through to the quarter finals in those matches which went ahead on Sunday.

This included league leaders Swansea City who ran out 6-0 winners over Wrexham. Karmyn Carter led the scoring for the Swans as she bagged a hat-trick, whilst the other goals came from Ellie Lake, Chloe Chivers and Laura Davies.

Barry Town Utd needed two late goals in order to secure a 3-1 victory away to Caldicot Town. Holly Jenkins gave Barry a first half lead but after the break, Caldicot came back strongly and levelled the scores through Lucy McDonough. The game remained in the balance until nine minutes from time when Sian Rees, who had earlier been denied by an outstanding save from Jasmine Boucher, fired Barry back in front and Rees made the game safe three minutes later when she curled home a free kick from 25 yards.

Port Talbot Town were another team to be pushed all the way by Cascade Youth Club, but safely negotiated the hurdle as Vicky Beddows scored the only goal, fifteen minutes from time, to earn them a 1-0 win.

The New Saints played host to North Division leaders Connah’s Quay Nomads and booked their place in the last eight with a 4-0 victory. Lexie Harrison gave them the lead from the penalty spot and Lucie Platt put them two ahead at half time, before Caitlin Chapman and Georgia Griffiths went on to crown the win with further goals in the second half.

Aberystwyth Town were the other team to make sure of a place in the quarter finals, thanks to a 2-0 win against Briton Ferry Llansawel. Hannah Pusey put Aber in front just before the half hour and Carys Davies madfe the game safe with the second goal, early in the second half.

The draw for the quarter finals was made on Monday night and produced the following ties:

The New Saints v Port Talbot Town

CPDG Pwllheil or Cardiff City Women v Barry Town Utd

Pontypridd Town or Abergavenny Women v Aberystwyth Town

Cardiff Met Women or Llandudno v Swansea City