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Holders Cardiff City Women came through a tough test to book their place in the semi finals, winning 3-1 away to Wrexham.

Seren Watkins got Cardiff off to a great start by giving them a sixteenth minute lead and shortly afterwards, Molly Kehoe scored a well taken second. Amber Lightfoot did give Wrexham renewed hope when she pulled a goal back during the second half but any hopes of a fightback by the home side were extinguished when Eliza Collie sealed the win for the Bluebirds when she netted their third.

Swansea City join them in the last four after running out 5-0 winners over Cardiff Met Women. The Swans powered into a three-goal lead in the opening half hour, Katy Hosford opening the scoring before Stacey John-Davis netted the second from the penalty spot and Robyn Pinder put them further ahead. Chloe Chivers went on to crown the win for her side when she added a second half double, in a five minute spell just after the hour.

The New Saints are the other team which is definitely through to the semi finals, thanks to a 5-0 success at Swansea University. A first half brace from Chantelle Teare put TNS in a strong position at the break and Emily Ridge made it three within two minutes of the restart. Teare went on to complete her hat-trick with fifteen minutes remaining, before Matilda Edge rounded off the scoring with the fifth and final goal.

The other quarter final between CPDM Y Felinheli and Aberystwyth Town will be played on a date to be announced in due course.