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Cardiff end Swansea’s unbeaten run

Cardiff City Women brought an end to Swansea City’s long unbeaten run in the league, which stretched back to October 2018, when they defeated them 3-2 on Sunday.

Amy Williams gave Cardiff a seventeenth minute lead which was doubled shortly afterwards by Zoe Atkins, and Catherine Walsh made sure that they led by three goals at half time. Swansea were not finished and came back after the break, with substitute Karmyn Carter scoring twice to make it a nervous end for the home side but they held on for a result which takes them level on points with second placed Cardiff Met Women and four points behind leaders Swansea.

In the Plate Conference, Pontypridd Town ran out 3-0 winners away to Port Talbot Town to stay in fifth place. Alison Witts netted a first half brace to put the Dragons two ahead at the break and Millie Jones wrapped up the win with the third goal midway through the second half.

Barry Town Utd meanwhile made it two wins on the trot when beating The New Saints 2-0. Taite Trivett was the heroine for Josh Anderson’s side as she scored both goals, coming at the end of either half.

No matches were played in the North Division but one was played in the South Division, Caldicot Town moving themselves back into a mid-table position with a 6-0 victory against Merthyr Town. Annie Redding and Rianne Jones each scored twice for Caldicot, whilst Millie Pearce and Lucy McDonough weighed in with the other goals.

There are no matches in the Premier Division this Sunday, with the semi finals of the Genero Adran Trophy taking place.

The New Saints will played host to Cardiff Met Women, whilst last season’s beaten League Cup finalists Cardiff City Women will be away to Aberystwyth Town.