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Swansea pick up pace again

Swansea City maintained their lead of four points by winning 5-2 away to Aberystwyth Town. Karmyn Carter gave the Swans a tenth minute lead which was doubled by Stacey John-Davis and after Flavia Jenkins had reduced the arrears, Carter netted her second ahead of half time. Chloe Chivers netted a brace during the second half to put the seal on matters for Swansea, before the home side scored a late consolation through Hannah Pusey.

Second met third and it was Cardiff Met Women who were 2-0 winners against Cardiff City Women. Elianna Chavez opened the scoring for the Archers after seventeen minutes and Lauren Hutton-Townsend secured the win late in the second half from the penalty spot.

In the Plate Conference, Pontypridd Town were 4-1 winners away to The New Saints. Anais Trinci nettted a first half brace to put the Dragons two ahead at the interval and after Caitlin Chapman pulled one back for TNS early in the second half, Millie Jones restored the two-goal advantage and Trinci completed her hat-trick in injury time.

Port Talbot Town meanwhile narrowed the gap on Barry Town Utd to three points after winning their meeting 2-0. Both goals came either side of half time, Lauren Amor giving Port Talbot the lead and Courteney Thomas adding the second.

Rosie Hughes has been in unstoppable form for North Division leaders  Wrexham for most of the season and she scored eight times against Denbigh Town on Sunday. Sophie Hodson weighed in with a hat-trick while Rebecca Pritchard, TJ Dickens and Amber Lightfoot added a goal apiece. Second placed Llandudno scored eight themselves away to Airbus UK Broughton, Maddie Phillips and Sionbed Phillips each netting doubles along with Jasmin Dutton, India Hassall, Susanna James and an own goal. Connah’s Quay Nomads ran out 9-0 winners over CPDG Pwllheli, spearheaded by a five-goal haul from Kirstie Kural. Shannon Hobbs netted twice with Tamara Hamer and an own goal completing the tally. Katie Midwinter scored four and Jordanne Greenough added the other as Bethel Ladies won 5-3 away to Llanfair Utd, whose replies came from Dorothy Evans (2) and Gemma Jones.

South Division leaders Abergavenny Women did not play on Sunday and Cascade Youth Club have cut their lead to two points after winning 2-0 at Cardiff Bluebelles. Sophie Hamer gave Cascade the lead early in the second half and Holly Hughes wrapped up the points with the second. Swansea University moved up to fifth as they netted nine times without reply past Talycopa LAFC, with Yasmin Byrd and Hannah Pinney each hitting hat-tricks. Charley Haynes added another two and Elizabeth Ferrar was also on the scoresheet.