Briton Ferry Llansawel crowned Genero Adran South champions

Genero Adran Leagues South 2023/24 champions, Briton Ferry Llansawel
Briton Ferry Llansawel were crowned Adran South champions. (Photo: @AdranLeagues)

Briton Ferry Llansawel, beaten in last season’s promotion play-off by Wrexham, were again crowned Genero Adran South champions.

Championship Conference

Cardiff City Women 3-0 Aberystwyth Town (Att: 117)
Swansea City 3-2 Wrexham (Att: 92)

Leaders Cardiff City Women kicked off the post-split Championship Conference with victory over Aberystwyth, Rhianne Oakley’s opener added to very early in the second half by Hollie Smith and Eliza Collie.

Second-placed Swansea stayed five points behind Cardiff but moved six clear of Wrexham, edging them 3-2 as Katy Hosford scored twice. Amber Lightfoot cancelled out Stephanie Turner’s opener for the Swans, Hosford’s brace had them 3-1 up until Carra Jones pulled one back in stoppage time.

Plate Conference

Barry Town United 1-1 Pontypridd United (Att: 72)
Cardiff Met 4-1 The New Saints

Just two points separate the top three in the Plate Conference, after Cardiff Met came from behind to defeat leaders TNS with the help of a hat-trick from Esme Kilburn-Thompson and Pontypridd gained only their second point of the season in a draw at Barry. Eva Preece-Jones put Ponty ahead but Taite Trivett came off the bench to equalise.

Adran North

Llanfair United 4-2 Bangor (Att: 38)
Airbus UK Broughton 1-3 Llandudno
Rhyl 2-1 Connah’s Quay Nomads (Att: 52)

Llandudno moved six points clear at the top with victory at Airbus, second-placed Felinheli now have a game in hand. Rhyl are up to fourth after beating third-placed Connah’s Quay with two goals in the first quarter of the match, Llanfair United overcame Bangor 4-2 aided by a Becky Jones brace to leapfrog them into sixth spot.

Adran South

Caldicot Town 1-0 Llanelli Town (Att: 25)
Briton Ferry Llansawel 3-1 Cascade (Att: 153)
Pontardawe Town 2-3 Cwmbran Celtic (Att: 30)

Briton Ferry won the top-of-the-table clash with Cascade after being pegged back, Laura-May Walkley scoring twice. Caldicot edged Llanelli with Millie Pearce’s 87th-minute breakthrough. Cwmbran were 3-2 winners at Pontardawe as the hosts wiped out a 2-0 deficit only for Jade Crofts to complete her hat-trick with 11 minutes to go.

Four away wins in Scottish Gas Women’s Cup quarter-finals

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