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Llandudno and Abergavenny win titles

Swansea City are closing in on the title following their 4-1 victory over Cardiff City Women. Karmyn Carter gave the Swans a second minute lead which was doubled by Stacey John-Davis, with Danielle Green pulling one back just before half time.

Chloe Chivers restored the advantage after the break and John-Davis netted a second to put the seal on a result which leaves Swansea within one win of being crowned Champions again. Cardiff Met Women meanwhile kept their hopes alive by beating Aberystwyth Town 2-0, thanks to goals within the last seventeen minutes from Lauren Hutton-Townsend and Emily Richards.

A win would have seen Pontypridd Town top of the Plate Conference but instead they were beaten 1-0 by Port Talbot Town, Courteney Thomas scoring the only goal of the game. The New Saints boosted their hopes of climbing off the bottom with a 2-0 victory over Barry Town Utd, courtesy of second half goals from Beth Lewis and Caitlin Chapman.

Llandudno are the Champions of Genero Adran North after winning a dramatic title decider 3-2 against Wrexham. Amber Lightfoot put Wrexham ahead after four minutes but Jasmin Dutton levelled matters soon after, and TJ Dickens restored Wrexham’s lead on the stroke of half time. India Hassall equalised just before the hour and the striker was to score a match - and title - clinching second goal a minute from time. Bethel Ladies took third place after a Mari Gibbard hat-trick and Fflur Williams gave them a 4-1 victory over Connah’s Quay Nomads, whose consolation was scored by Ella Wall. Second half goals from Sarah Gray and Stacey Sansome earned CPDG Pwllheli a 2-0 win against Llanfair Utd and  Airbus UK Broughton were 3-0 winners away to Denbigh Town, thanks to a hat-trick from Tegan Hewitt. Bethel Ladies then defeated Pwllheil 3-2 in the final match of the campaign in midweek. Shannon Jones, Gwenno Bolton and Fflur Williams netted for Bethel, Sioned Bohana and Lois Thomas replying.

On Wednesday night, Abergavenny Women sealed the Genero Adran South title when they defeated Cascade Youth Club 3-0. Three days after an Amy Thrupp double, Lauren Boyd, Caitlin Davies and Lyndsey Davies had given them a 5-0 success away to Caldicot Town, they needed to beat third placed Cascade to be sure of being Champions and an Amy Thrupp hat-trick saw them to victory. Briton Ferry Llansawel did all they could but will have to settle for the runners-up spot. On Sunday they beat Merthyr Town 6-0 thanks to a Megan Kearle hat-trick, Lani Hogben, Lowri Baker and Ela Smitham. Lucy Powell, Megan Kearle, Chelsea Deacon and Georgia Howells then gave Ferry a 4-0 midweek victory over Caldicot Town which clinched second place, ahead of Cascade Youth Club who had beaten Talycopa LAFC 9-1 on Sunday. Bethan Lloyd led the scoring with a hat-trick, along with Holly Hughes, Annaliese Lewis, Mia Kemp, Melissa James and Abbie Davies, with Kaci Whitcombe replying. Swansea University meanwhile defeated Cardiff Bluebelles 3-0 with goals from Katie Horsburgh, Emily Freeman and Isabel King.