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A 1-0 victory away to Swansea City ensured that reigning Champions Cardiff City Women preserved their lead of three points and dealt a setback to the Swans. Molly Kehoe scored the only goal of the game for the Bluebirds, midway through the second half.

Defeat for Swansea means that Wrexham are now in second place on their own following their 3-0 success against Cardiff Met Women. The first half was goalless but on the hour mark, Rosie Hughes opened the scoring. Mari Gibbard added the second and substitute Ava Suckley rounded off the scoring late on.

The New Saints meanwhile leapfrogged Aberystwyth Town into fourth place after a thrilling 4-3 victory in their meeting. Aber led at half time through a goal from Gwenllian Jones and Imogen Scourfield made it two, early in the second half. Caitlin Chapman pulled one back a minute later and Beth Lewis levelled matters for TNS from the penalty spot. Ella Hartley completed the turnaround by putting TNS ahead for the first time and Chapman then scored her second in the final minute of normal time. Aberystwyth gave themselves hope in injury time when Nimah Duggan reduced the arrears but TNS were able to hold on for a hard earned win.

Barry Town Utd claimed their second win of the season when they defeated Pontypridd Utd to put a six point gap between the two teams. Aimee Deacon gave Barry the lead from the penalty spot and and Holly Jenkins made it two on the stroke of half time. India Shanahan rounded off a good day for improving Barry when she added the final goal late on.

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Connah’s Quay Nomads are keeping up the pace at the top with a fourth straight victory, this time winning their top of the table clash 2-0 against Llandudno. The two teams went into the match sporting 100% records from their opening two games and after Phoebe Ellis gave them the lead early in the second half, Shannon Hobbs confirmed the Nomads as winners when she scored the second in injury time. CPDM Y Felinheli have moved up to third, having won both of their opening two games, this time beating Airbus UK Broughton 4-0. Catrin Evans and Jody Cain put Felinheli two goals ahead, before they went on to add further strikes through Fflur Williams and Ffion Williams. The spoils were shared in the other game, Mary Bailey giving Llanfair Utd a late lead against CPD Y Rhyl 1879 who earned themselves a point four minutes later with an equaliser from Sade Benjamin.

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It is also four out of four for leaders Briton Ferry Llansawel who scored six times without reply away to Swansea University. Megan Kearle and Alison Witts each netted twice for Ferry and they were joined on the scoresheet by Laura May Walkley and Lowri Baker. Cascade Youth Club made sure of keeping themselves level on points with the leaders, courtesy of a 3-1 victory over Pontardawe Town. Phoebe Ware, Annaliese Lewis and Lauren Boyd were all on target for Cascade, with Renee Day replying. Llanelli Town and Cwmbran Celtic meanwhile battled out a 1-1 draw, goals coming from Dannielle Evans and Jade Crofts respectively.