#AdranPremier: Swansea City Ladies take top spot from Cardiff Met

Swansea City goalscorer Stacey John-Davis
Stacey John-Davis scored twice to help send Swansea City top. (NJ-D Photography)

Swansea City Ladies made it six straight wins in the Genero Adran Premier with a 3-0 victory over Cardiff Met.

Genero Adran Premier

Cardiff City FC 8-2 Port Talbot Town
Swansea City 3-0 Cardiff Met
Pontypridd Town 1-1 The New Saints
Barry Town United 1-2 Aberystwyth Town

Shauna Jenkins and Stacy John-Davis got first-half goals for the Swans, the latter then sealing victory with her second a dozen minutes from the end.

Cardiff City FC are second following an 8-2 thrashing of Port Talbot, in which Catherine Walsh hit a hat-trick. There was a goal each for Phoebie Poole, Ffion Price, Lisa Owen, Danielle Green and Amy Williams, while Kirstie O’Donnell and Freya Davies replied for the visitors.

Aberystwyth came from behind to win 2-1 at Barry, Mackenzie Olden’s early goal cancelled out by Carys Davies after the interval, Flavia Jenkins then hitting an 87th-minute winner.

Pontypridd earned a point against The New Saints, as Anaise Trinci’s 82nd-minute effort cancelled out Caitlin Chapman’s free-kick goal after the hour mark.

Adran Trophy

One North

Llanfair United 1-2 Pwllheli
Airbus UK 5-4 Wrexham

Airbus came from 3-0 down to edge a nine-goal thriller with Wrexham, who finished with ten players.

Two North

Bethel P-P Denbigh Town (now Tues 2 Nov, at Denbigh)
Connah’s Quay Nomads 4-1 Llandudno

Connah’s Quay Nomads completed their group games with a perfect record after defeating Llandudno 4-1.

One South

Abergavenny 3-0 Cardiff Bluebelles
Cascade YC 3-0 Swansea University

A Maxine Mudge double helped Abergavenny make it three wins from three in the group, while Anny Lewis scored twice as Cascade progressed with a 3-0 victory over Swansea University but lost Sophie Hamer with an injury.

Two South

Briton Ferry Llansawel 11-1 Merthyr Town
Caldicot Town P-P Talycopa

Chelsea Deacon scored four and Megan Kearle three as Briton Ferry topped the group with a double-figure win over Merthyr.

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