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Pontypridd land Plate despite defeat
The final standings in the league’s first ever season were confirmed on Easter Sunday and for newly crowned Champions Swansea City, it saw the send to a successful campaign which saw them as the league’s inaugural winners.
Swansea completed their fixtures with a trip to runners-
Third placed Cardiff City Women meanwhile rounded things off in the league on a winning note, courtesy of a 2-
In the Plate competition, it was all to play for at both ends of the table. Pontypridd Town were in pole position to take the title, needing just a point to take the crown with Port Talbot Town also in contention. The relegation battle was a three horse race, Barry Town Utd starting in the bottom spot at the start of the day, needing a win to stay up, The New Saints also needed to win to beat the drop, while a draw would have saved Port Talbot, who were in second place.
If things had been close between the four teams going into the matches, they were to be even closer at the finish.
In the end it was Pontypridd Town who held on to top spot despite being beaten 2-
The New Saints meanwhile played host to Port Talbot Town and also picked up the result they needed, running out 4-