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Orchard Welsh Premier Women's League leaders Cardiff Met Women did not have a game over the weekend but their four point advantage remained intact after Sunday's matches.
Abergavenny Women stay four points behind in second place after they were beaten 2-0 by Cardiff City Women. Alana Murphy gave City the lead with eight minutes on the clock and Katherine Walsh netted the second, midway through the first half.
Swansea City meanwhile replaced Port Talbot Town in third after winning their meeting 5-1. The Swans produced a strong first half display which saw them four goals ahead at half time, Stacey John-Davis putting them in front after ten minutes and Katy Hosford netted a second three minutes later. Lauren Hancock made it three with a rare goal on the half hour and Emma Beynon further increased their lead three minutes before the break. Laura May Walkley reduced the arrears for Port Talbot early in the second half but the Swans were to have the final say, John-Davis completing her double to round off the scoring.
Cyncoed Ladies returned from Briton Ferry Llansawel with a 4-0 victory under their belts. Caitlin Bevan netted a first half brace to put the Mighty Oaks two goals ahead at the interval, before Hayley Hoare scored twice after the break.
Llandudno Ladies also registered a 4-0 win against Rhyl Ladies to move above them in the table. Anna Jones and Mari Gibbard ensured they were two up at the break, with Jones netting her second five minutes into the second half and Stacey Tradewell finishing off the scoring.
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