Cardiff City Ladies Hit Six, Middlesbrough Go Nine Points Clear

Cardiff’s four-goal Cori Williams

Cardiff City Ladies hit hosts Swindon Town for six, while Middlesbrough extended their Northern Division leadership against a stubborn Guiseley Vixens side.

FA WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE

Tuesday 14th November
SOUTHERN DIVISION
Swindon Town 0-6 Cardiff City LFC

Wednesday 15th November
NORTHERN DIVISION
Guiseley Vixens 1-5 Middlesbrough

Captain quadruple 

Cardiff scored three times in each half at Fairford Town FC, as Swindon suffered a tenth straight defeat.

Skipper Cori Williams featured with a four-goal haul, Zoe Atkins and substitute Jasmine Turner also getting on the scoresheet.

The win saw Cardiff climb to eight place in the Southern Divison.

Late goal rush sees Boro extend lead

Middlesbrough moved nine points clear at the top of the Northern Division but had to be patient at bottom of the table Guiseley Vixens.

Although the Northern leaders were ahead after only 3 minutes through Ellie Dobson,¬†Fiona Worts fired the Vixens level from the edge of the box on 18 minutes and that’s the way it stayed until the last quarter of the game.

Boro bagged a quickfire brace when Holly Maders was first to a rebound and Emily Scarr netted their third.

Manders found the top corner from outside the area, with Millie Bell lobbing in the visitors’ fifth goal.