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FAW Women’s Cup quarter finals

Swansea City moved into the semi finals with a 2-0 victory against CPDG Pwllheli of Genero Adran North. The two goals came in a five minute spell ahead of the hour mark, Chloe Chivers breaking Pwllheli’s resistance by opening the scoring and Katy Hosford adding the second goal shortly afterwards.

Cardiff Met Women’s hopes of lifting the trophy again received a boost as they won 5-0 away to Bethel Ladies. Stephanie Turner gave Met a fast start by giving them a fifth minute lead but Bethel kept themselves in the game at the interval. Shannon Evans doubled their lead after the restart and Lauren Hutton-Townsend made it three from the penalty spot. Turner then completed her double and Laura May Walkley rounded off the scoring for the Archers with eleven minutes remaining.

Cardiff City Women meanwhile overcame a potentially tricky tie at home to Abergavenny Women with a 6-0 victory. Ffion Price and Danielle Broadhurst put the Bluebirds two ahead inside the opening fifteen minutes and although Catherine Walsh missed from the penalty spot shortly afterwards, Amy Williams and Siobhan Walsh added further goals ahead of half time. City went on to wrap up the win as Phoebie Poole and Zoe Atkins also got on the scoresheet late on.

Pontypridd Town complete the semi final line up after they defeated Barry Town Utd 2-0. The first half was goalless and it was Pontypridd who broke the deadlock in the 67th minute when Renee Day volleyed them in front and Efa Preece-Jones added the second three minutes later, moments after coming on as a substitute.  

The draw for the semi finals has been made and produced the following ties:

Pontypridd Town v Cardiff Met Women

Cardiff City Women v Swansea City

ties to be played on Sunday 13th March

In the meantime, Phase Two of the Genero Adran Premier gets underway this Sunday with the first round of fixtures, after the division was split into two halves of four.

In the Championship Conference, the two teams at the top of the start of play face each other, with Swansea City playing at home to Cardiff Met Women. Cardiff City Women will be at home to Aberystwyth Town in the othe rgame.

Meanwhile, Pontypridd Town and Port Talbot Town will have home games in the Plate Conference against Barry Town Utd and The New Saints respectively.