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Llandudno cling on to top spot

Connah’s Quay Nomads are the new leaders of the North Division after they won 3-1 away to Airbus UK Broughton. Kirstie Kural, Kylie Jones and Tamara Hamer all scored a goal apiece for the Nomads, with Tegan Hewitt replying via the penalty spot. They head the table on goal difference from Wrexham who were 6-2 winners over Bethel Ladies, courtesy of hat-tricks from Rosie Hughes and Amber Lightfoot. The two teams at the foot of the table met each other and it was Llanfair Utd who notched up a 2-1 victory away to Denbigh Town. Tonicha Lloyd and Nia Ellis were on target for Llanfair, whilst the home side’s consolation came from Catrin Davies.

In the South Division, with leaders Abergavenny Women on cup duty, Briton Ferry Llansawel trimmed their advantage to three points with a 2-1 victory away to Swansea University. Chelsea Deacon and Georgia Howells netted the goals for Briton Ferry, with Yasmin Byrd responding for the students. Cardiff Bluebelles are also three points off the pace after scoring eight times without reply past Merthyr Town. Ellis Lunn led the scoring with a hat-trick, with the others coming from Hannah Moger, Rebecca Cornelius, Annie Cruse, Erin Flynn and Molly Chapman. Ashleigh Harris bagged a brace and she was joined on the scoresheet by Annie Redding and Molly O’Brien as Caldicot Town ran out 4-1 winners away to Talycopa LAFC, whose consolation came from Amelia Thomas.  

The three remaining Second Round ties in the Genero Adran Trophy were played on Sunday and South Division leaders Abergavenny Women took the headlines as they knocked out Premier Division Pontypridd Town on penalties, after the teams had fought out a 2-2 draw. Lyndsey Davies and Lauren Boyd gave Aber a two-goal lead during the first half, before Pontypridd hit back after the break with strikes from Alison Witts and Ellie Gunney. The game went into a penalty shootout, where Abergavenny goalkeeper Charlotte Hastings emrged as the heroine for her side, first by saving from Renee Day and then slotting home the winning kick for her side. Aber will be at home to Aberystwyth Town in the quarter finals.

Cardiff Met Women meanwhile booked themselves a quarter final meeting with Swansea City by scoring eight times without reply against Llandudno. Laura May Walkley bagged a hat-trick and Ellie Preece weighed in with a brace, and they were joined on the scoresheet by Sophie Hancocks, Shannon Evans and Emily Richards.

Cardiff City Women complete the quarter final line up after they won 3-0 away to CDPG Pwllheli. Phoebie Poole netted twice in the five minute spell leading up to half time, with Zoe Atkins adding the other after the break. Cardiff City will host Barry Town Utd in the last eight.