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Wrexham set up title showdown

There was only one match played in the top flight on Sunday, due to teams being involved in the semi finals of the FAW Women’s Cup.

In the Plate Conference, The New Saints picked up their third league victory of the season, winning 3-0 away to Port Talbot Town. The three goals came in the last eighteen minutes of the match, Georgia Griffiths putting TNS ahead from the penalty spot. Caitlibn Caitlin Chapman made it two barely a minute later and Lexie Harrison completed the scoring with three minues remaining, to put the seasl on a result which narrows the gap between the two teams to two points.

Swansea City had meanwhile edged themselves closer to the title with a 2-1 midweek victory over Cardiff Met Women. Chloe Chivers fired the Swans into an eleventh minute lead and Stacey John-Davis scored a decisive second midway through the second half, despite Emily Allen reducing the arrears for Met a minute later. The result means that Swansea have stretched their lead over the Archers to seven points.

The title race in Genero Adran North will go down to the last match of the season after the two challengers both recorded victories on Sunday. Wrexham have a two point lead at the top following their 3-1 victory away to CPDG Pwllheli. Rosie Hughes gave Wrexham the lead with a first half penalty which was cancelled out by Lois Thomas but in the second half, Thomas put Wrexham back in front with twelve minutes remaining and Natasha Spearing sealed the points in injury time. Llandudno are now the only team who can beat Wrexham to the title as they ended the chances of Connah’s Quay Nomads by defeating them 3-1. Ceri Slaney gave Llandudno a first half lead and they went on to wrap up the win after the break with further goals from Stacey Tradewell and Maddie Williams, with Niamh Grimshaw replying. Things will be settled this coming Sunday with Llandudno take on Wrexham, with the title being landed by the winners. The other game in the division also resulted in a 3-1 victory, for Bethel Ladies against Airbus UK Broughton. Jordanne Greenough, Fflur Williams and Shona Roberts all scored for Bethel, whilst the visitors’ consolation came from Tegan Hewitt.

Abergavenny Women require five points from their final three matches to secure the Genero Adran South title following their eight-goal victory over Merthyr Town. Lyndsey Davies led the scoring with a four-goal haul and there was one apiece from Jessica Bennett, Lauren Boyd, Elena Scrivens and Charlotte Hastings. Abergavenny’s main rivals are now Briton Ferry Llansawel after they beat second placed Cascade Youth Club 1-0, Lowri Ridings scoring the only goal of the game midway through the second half. Cardiff Bluebelles look likely to finish the season in fourth place as they won 2-0 away to Caldicot Town, securing themselves a top half place thanks to a second half brace from Molly Chapman.