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Aberystwyth win curtain raiser
 Women's Football News 26 Sep 2009
Aberystwyth win curtain raiser - 26 Sep 2009 - Women's Football NewsThe opening match of the newly formed Welsh Premier Women's League saw Aberystwyth Town run out 2-0 winners over Llanidloes on Thursday night.
Before a crowd of 348, Aberystwyth took the lead midway through the second half with a goal from Sam Gaunt and Lianne Bray completed the win deep into injury time.
Eight teams are competing in the league this season, the other clubs being Caernarfon Town, Wrexham, Manorbier, Newcastle Emlyn, Swansea City and UWIC. A place in Europe for next season awaits the winners of the competition.
Secretary of the League, John Deakin, said: "It was a very good opening game to the league and I was very pleased with the crowd who came along to see Welsh football history being made.
"The competition promises to be an exciting one and can only benefit domestic and international football in Wales."

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