Briton Ferry Llansawel lift Genero Adran South trophy

Briton Ferry Llansawel
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Briton Ferry Llansawel lifted the Genero Adran South trophy following an enthralling 5-3 victory away at Cascade on Sunday. 

Genero Adran Premier 

Cardiff Met 0-2 Cardiff City FC
The New Saints 2-1 Swansea City

Cardiff City are one game away from completing an unbeaten campaign in the Genero Adran Premier after they triumphed 2-0 away at Cardiff Met.

In what was a third meeting between the two sides in less than a month, neither team could find the breakthrough in the first half.

However, it took Eliza Collie just two minutes of the second period to open the scoring and the teenager grabbed her second goal of the game – and sixth in three matches – just after the hour mark.

Swansea City lost for only the second time in the Genero Adran Premier this season as The New Saints claimed an impressive 2-1 victory over Ceri Phillips’ team at Park Hall.

TNS captain Beth Lewis broke the deadlock from the penalty spot in 29th minute after Swansea were penalised for handball in the box, but Katy Hosford drew the visitors level with a superb 25-yard free-kick before half-time.

The winning goal came in the 74th minute when Emily Ridge poked the ball home in the box to move into double figures for goals in the Genero Adran Premier this season.

Plate Conference

Aberystwyth Town 3-0 Abergavenny
Barry Town United 1-1 Pontypridd United

Pontypridd United secured top spot in the Genero Adran Premier Plate Conference following a 1-1 draw with Barry Town United on Sunday.

The Dragons only needed a point from their trip to Jenner Park but they found themselves behind in the 52ndminute when Sophie Norman scored her first goal for Barry as she headed home from Holly Jenkins’ corner.

It meant that Pontypridd needed inspiration off the bench and it was substitute Alison Witts who scored a 76th-minute equaliser – her eighth goal of the season – to clinch the Plate for James Fishlock’s side.

Elsewhere in the bottom half, Aberystwyth Town earned a fourth consecutive league win as they defeated Abergavenny 3-0 at Park Avenue.

All three goals came in the first half, with Emily Thomas, Shauna Chambers and Amy Jenkins all finding the net for the in-form Seasiders. They end the season with a trip to Pontypridd.

Adran North

Llandudno 5-1 Llanfair United

The North Division fixtures were completed as Llandudno had five different scorers against Llanfair United.

Adran South

Cascade 3-5 Briton Ferry Llansawel

Briton Ferry let slip a two-goal lead at Cascade but restored that advantage in added time as they received the South Division trophy. Rhys James’ side finish the South season against Pontardawe Town on Wednesday night.

Promotion Play-off 

Genero Adran Leagues tier two play-off final between Wrexham and Briton Ferry Llansawel will take place at Latham Park in Newtown on Sunday 16 April, 4:30pm kick-off. The game will be preceded at 1.15pm by
the Genero Adran Leagues U19 Championship final between Wrexham and Cardiff City FC.

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