#AdranLeagues: Swansea City Ladies extend lead to six points

Chloe Chivers celebrates another goal for Swansea City
Chloe Chivers bagged both goals for the Swans. (NJ-D Photography / Swansea City AFC Ladies)

Swansea City Ladies lead the Genero Adran Premier by six points after taking their faultless form to an eleventh match.

Adran Premier

Aberystwyth Town 1-0 The New Saints
Cardiff City FC 7-1 Barry Town United
Pontypridd Town 0-4 Cardiff Met
Port Talbot Town 0-2 Swansea City

Swansea City’s Chloe Chivers netted in the first 15 minutes of either half to clinch the points at Port Talbot. The Swans had won 3-0 at Aberystwyth in midweek, where Laura Davies’ goal on half-time was added to by Chivers and Katy Hosford.

Cardiff City FC sank Barry 7-1, as Danielle Broadhurst put them in control with a 30-minute first-half treble.

The scoreline put the Bluebirds within three goals of second-placed Cardiff Met, who won 4-0 at Pontypridd where the Archers sealed victory with three goals in the last seven minutes.

Aberystwyth edged TNS with a Gwenllian Jones effort before the hour mark, to go above Pontypridd into fourth position.

Adran North

Bethel 8-4 Llanfair United
Llandudno 4-2 Airbus UK Broughton
Pwllheli 1-5 Connah’s Quay Nomads
Wrexham 18-0 Denbigh Town

The top four sides all won among a flurry of goals, as Wrexham showed Denbigh no mercy with Rosie Hughes netting nine times against her former club. Connah’s Quay and Bethel took the points by four-goal margins although Llanfair scored four at the latter but Ffion Wyn Williams netted five, while Airbus gave Llandudno a good game before going down 4-2 as Maddie Williams bagged a brace for the home side.

Adran South

Caldicot Town P-P Briton Ferry Llansawel
Cascade 1-1 Cardiff Bluebelles
Merthyr Town P-P Abergavenny
Talycopa 2-4 Swansea University

There’s just one point between the leading four sides after Cascade’s draw with Cardiff Bluebelles was enough to put them top, Anny Lewis’s free-kick cancelling out Ellis Lunn’s opener for the visitors. Swansea University secured a second win of the campaign to go four points ahead of seventh-placed Talycopa.

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