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Swansea City will meet Caernarfon Town in the FA of Wales Cup Final after semi final wins on Sunday.
The Swans won 1-0 against Caerphilly Castle at Port Talbot and Caernarfon Town overcame Aberystwyth Town 4-1 in Bala.
Welsh Premier League Champions Swansea City took the lead at the GenQuip Stadium just after the interval in a tightly contested semi final as Rachel Rowe broke the deadlock.
Caernarfon meanwhile made the perfect start at Maes Tegid, Bala, as Ailsa Orlik was put through on goal and the striker finished with aplomb inside the first minute. The Cofis were then dealt a blow as Ceryl Jones was injured and she was replaced by Jordanne Greenough. The enforced change didn't disrupt the Canaries though and it was the impressive 17-year-old substitute who doubled their advantage on twelve minutes. Aber reduced the deficit six minutes before the break as striker Melanie Davies applied a classy finish after an excellent first touch for a tremendous individual effort.
It was 3-1 shortly after the interval when full back Kim Broadbent's direct free kick ballooned over everyone and into the top corner. Orlik, who was the outstanding player on the field, then added the fourth moments later as she again found space before rounding the keeper and passing into the open net.
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