Cardiff Met managed to edge Cardiff City FC Women 4-3 in the Genero Adran Premier despite letting slip a three-goal lead.
Cardiff Met 4-3 Cardiff City FC
Cardiff Met were three up at half-time, Emily Allen converted a penalty and Elianna Chavez bagged a brace with Abigail Preece involved in all three goals. Cardiff City wiped out that advantage in a ten-minute spell as Ffion Price, Phoebie Poole and Zoe Atkins all found the net, only for the Archers to grab what proved to be the winner two minutes later through Stephanie Turner. The win moved Met to within four points of leaders Swansea City.
— Genero Adran Leagues (@AdranLeagues) January 23, 2022
Bethel 2-3 Llandudno
Llanfair United 3-0 Airbus UK Broughton
Pwllheli 2-0 Denbigh Town
Wrexham 3-2 Connah’s Quay Nomads
Wrexham edged the top of the table clash with Connah’s Quay Nomads 3-2 to take over as leaders. Llandudno are second following their win by the same margin at Bethel. Llanfair United beat Airbus 3-0 to leapfrog them into sixth place, while Pwllheli defeated Denbigh Town 2-0.
That’s what it means 😍🔝
— Wrexham AFC Women (@WrexhamAFCWomen) January 23, 2022
Abergavenny 9-0 Talycopa
Caldicot Town 2-5 Cascade
Merthyr Town 2-5 Swansea University
Abergavenny netted nine against Talycopa to open up a five-point lead. Cascade’s 5-2 win at Caldicot lifted them into second, while Swansea University won by a similar score at Merthyr.