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Cardiff City catch up ground

Phase two of the Genero Adran Premier got underway on Sunday but with only two matches taking place, the other two having fallen victim to the weather.

The first match in the Championship Conference saw Cardiff City Women maje up ground on the top two, with a 2-1 victory against Aberystwyth Town. Catherine Walsh gave City the lead in the seventeenth minute and they made the points safe when Phoebie Poole scored the second late on, despite substitute Libby Isaac pulling one back for Aberystwyth.

One game was also played in the Plate Conference, Barry Town Utd running out 6-1 winners away to Pontypridd Town. After Pontypridd had taken the lead through Robyn Pinder, Manon Pearce equalised three minutes later and Grace O’Reilly scored a quickfire double ahead of the half hour. Pearce then netted her second before MacKenzie Olden bagged a brace to complete a remarkable first half. No more goals were added in the second half and Barry were able to see the game out for a result which takes them to within two points of Pontypridd.

The only game which had been scheduled for the North Division was another victim of the weather, with leaders Wrexham’s home game against Llanfair Utd postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Abergavenny Women have stretched their lead at the top of the South Division to five points, thanks to a 6-2 victory away to Cardiff Bluebelles. Elllis Lunn did put the Bluebelles in front after thirteen minutes but after Lyndsey Davies had brought Abergavenny level, Caitlin Davies netted twice in quick succession and Maxine Mudge made it four from the penalty spot just before half time. Caitlin Davies completed her hat-trick with sixteen minutes left to play and Mali Summers added the sixth goal, before Charlene Hewings netted a late consolation for the home side from the penalty spot.

With Briton Ferry Llansawel not having a game, Cascade Youth Club took the opportunity to move back above them and into second place, courtesy of a 2-0 success away to Merthyr Town. The first half was goalless but Cascade took the lead ten minutes after the restart with a goal from Abbie Davies, who went on to seal the win when scoring her second goal with twelve minutes remaining.

Swansea University leapfrogged Caldicot Town in the table after winning their meeting 4-0. Emily Freeman put the students in front on the half hour and after the break, Yasmin Byrd made it two and Katie Horsburgh then netted a double to round off the scoring for a result which lifts the university side up into fifth place.