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Holders march into semi finals
Bute Energy Welsh Cup holders Cardiff City ensured safe passage into this season’s semi finals with a 3-
The hosts failed to deal with two wide crosses and the Bluebirds capitalised as Siobhan Walsh and Tija Richardson both found the net to earn a two-
There were certainly positives to take for the Dragons, but any chances of a comeback were shut down when Eliza Collie added a third goal for Iain Darbyshire’s side in the 86th minute.
It was a tense battle at Park Hall as The New Saints prevailed 4-
Georgia Griffiths put Greg Draper’s side ahead on the hour mark after finding the net in the midst of a goalmouth scramble, but the hosts rued their missed opportunities on the attack and were punished when Seasiders substitute and cup debutant Gwen Mason delightfully lobbed Mackenzie Haydn-
TNS went 2-
Swansea City were the biggest winners in the quarter finals, storming to a 6-
Kelsey Thomas’ strike, a Katy Hosford brace and debutant Jasmine Guymer’s stoppage time finish rounded off a statement victory in the Swans’ pursuit of cup glory.
Wrexham and Briton Ferry Llansawel rekindled their rivalry at The Rock and it was Steve Dale’s side who emerged as 2-
The Genero Adran South leaders gave everything they could in search of an equaliser, but were eventually caught out on the counter attack when Libby Mackenzie doubled Wrexham’s lead with 18 minutes remaining.
The draw for the semi finals of the Bute Energy Welsh Cup has been made. Fixtures are to be played on Sunday 3rd March at neutral venues to be confirmed.
The draw is as follows:
Swansea City v Cardiff City Women
The New Saints v Wrexham